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Märkte | Markets ORDERS and SALES New Orders Container Quantity/Name TEU Delivery Shipyard Ordering Party 2 x 2,150 2019 Wenchong Shipyard Eimskip 1 x 2,150 2019 Wenchong Shipyard Royal Arctic Line Finally the year witnessed its first new building order of container vessels. In cooperation Icelandic shipping company Eimskip and Greenland-based Royal Arctic Line have contracted three 2,150 TEU vessels at Guangzhou Wenchong. Two firm vessels plus the option on the construction of three further ones go on the account of Eimskip, whereas Royal Arctic Line will take delivery of one vessel solely. The Deltamarin 2,300 type vessels are designed to have ice class 1A and will be built in accordance with the IMO´s polar code which came into effect January 1, 2017. Thus, they will be powered by a fuel effcient TIER III engine which has lower NO x-emissions. A built-in scrubber system will minimize SOx-output. The vessels are reported to cost approximately 32 mill. $ each. However, the orders are still subject to financing. Apart from that new building activity remained calm. Secondhand Sales Container Name TEU Built Yard Gear Purchaser Price ($) Comment HR Marion* 962 1999 Schelde Scheepsnieuwbouw geared undisclosed 2.4–2.8 en bloc* HR Margaretha* 962 1999 Schelde Scheepsnieuwbouw geared undisclosed 2.4–2.8 Log-In Amazonia 1688 2007 Aker MTW geared Greek 5 Hanjin Xiamen 6655 2007 Hyundai gearless SM Line – Hanjin Tianjin 6655 2007 Hyundai gearless SM Line – Hanjin Port Kelang 6655 2006 Hyundai gearless SM Line – Hanjin Budapest 6655 2006 Hyundai gearless SM Line – Hanjin Bremerhaven 6655 2006 Hyundai gearless SM Line – Though declining in mid-February, activity picked up at the market for further trading container vessels. In the post-panamax segment Korea Line owned SM Line bought five Hyundai 6,500 type vessels from Hanjin´s insolvency estate. The state-owned Korea Developement Bank put another ten vessels up for sale. Three quite young former panamax vessels were sold for 6.5 respectively 6.9 mill $. The size bracket between 2,000 and 3,000 TEU saw especially high activity. Here six ships changed hands. Further transactions took place below 2,000 TEU. Demolition Sales Container Name TEU Built LDT Scrap Location $ / LDT Comment Runner 907 1995 4647 undisclosed 305 SSL Trust 1166 1992 6407 Bangladesh 325 Ruby 1613 1995 8174 India 330 delivery Indian sub continent Lurline 2100 1973 – Anna Schepers 2464 1997 10536 undisclosed 325 as is Jebel Ali, incl. sufficent ROB Berwick 2520 2002 11178 India – Friedrich Schulte 3323 2002 - undisclosed 308 as is in Labuan Mare Siculum 3987 1998 15999 Bangladesh 310 as is Shanghai Sea Land Eagle 4082 1997 18895 India – Sea Land Mercury 4082 1995 18774 China – Sea-Land Lightning 4082 1997 18895 China – Halifax 4992 2004 19838 Pakistan 338 Romanos 5060 2003 20292 India – Hanjin Vienna 6078 2000 24052 undisclosed 278 as is Vancouver Compared to the previous reporting period, scrapping activity declined. However, the demolition market showed quite bustle. For this year´s containership recycling the 100,000-TEU-threshold was passed by mid-February already. After firming in the first five weeks of 2017 scrap prices declined marginally. By the time of writing (mid-February) the price for one light displacement ton of a container vessel was quoted around 315 $ (basis delivery at Alang area). This implies that the amount of recycled container ship tonnage could become as high as last year or could even surpass it. Andreas Mietzner As of 17 February 2017 / No claim for being complete 14 HANSA International Maritime Journal – 154. Jahrgang – 2017 – Nr. 3

Märkte | Markets Ein Radarstrahl, fast so fokussiert wie ein Laser! Mit 80 GHz in die Zukunft: Die neue Generation in der Radar-Füllstandmessung Die neueste Spitzentechnologie vom Weltmarktführer: Die große Stärke des VEGAPULS 64 ist seine einzigartige Fokussierung. Dadurch lässt sich der Radarstrahl fast punktgenau auf die Flüssigkeit ausrichten, vorbei an Behältereinbauten wie Heizschlangen und Rührwerken. Diese neue Generation von Füllstandsensoren ist unempfindlich gegen Kondensat und Anhaftungen und ausgestattet mit der kleinsten Antenne ihrer Art. Einfach Weltklasse! www.vega.com/radar HANSA International Maritime Journal – 154. Jahrgang – 2017 – Nr. 3 15

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