Shipping's Trade and Economics

52th International Boat Salon
By Graziano Previato

Genoa, Oct 12, 2012
CSAV Profile
More than 140
years of history…

…based in Chile, CSAV
is one of the oldest
shipping companies in
the world

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The Vessel's Economics
From Maritime Economics: “...Thus, a ship
is not just a transportation vehicle, it is a
speculation...
Freight Market: Shanghai Container
Freight Index vs Utilization

Source: Alphaliner
Solution: Giant Vessels

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Advantage: far lower
bunker/capital per Teu
Disadvantage: a far lower
flexibility;
To ob...
The Environmental Pressure - Opportunities

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International Convention
for the Prevention of
Pollution from Ships
(...
How the Port will have to evolve

Harbors have to be ready to receive new 22000 Teus
vessels, as long as 460mt, wide upto ...
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Presentazione shipping Salone Nautico 2012

  1. 1. Shipping's Trade and Economics 52th International Boat Salon By Graziano Previato Genoa, Oct 12, 2012
  2. 2. CSAV Profile More than 140 years of history… …based in Chile, CSAV is one of the oldest shipping companies in the world …with strong leadership in the routes to and from both coasts of South America …as well as important presence in the traffics of main emerging markets. CSAV Group has 36 liner services and 12 special services …placed 20th worldwide in terms of capacity. …operated a fleet of 64 ships with a capacity close to 277,000 TEUs as of June 2012 …CSAV Group today is present in the most important world markets …we also offer other kinds of cargo services such as refrigerated, frozen, bulk and vehicles. After the latest successful capital increase of US$ 1,200 million, The Luksic Group became the largest shareholder with 37.44% of the company.
  3. 3. The Vessel's Economics From Maritime Economics: “...Thus, a ship is not just a transportation vehicle, it is a speculation” and “...ship finance is generally regarded as a specialist business and, for example, the rating agency Moody’s classifies it as ‘exotic’ finance...”
  4. 4. Freight Market: Shanghai Container Freight Index vs Utilization Source: Alphaliner
  5. 5. Solution: Giant Vessels ● ● ● Advantage: far lower bunker/capital per Teu Disadvantage: a far lower flexibility; To obtain the estimated advantage, the vessel has to be quite full.
  6. 6. The Environmental Pressure - Opportunities ● ● ● International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships (MARPOL) reduce SOx From 1/1/2013 the EEDI (Energy Efficiency Design Index) will affect quite every new building. LNG? Avoid SOx, reduce NOx, reduce CO2 by 25%
  7. 7. How the Port will have to evolve Harbors have to be ready to receive new 22000 Teus vessels, as long as 460mt, wide upto 60 mt and height upto 30 mt; ● More than the double of containers will have be loaded and discharged... possibly in the same timeframe... ● The big challenge will be the intermodal infrastructure with the Port as a rapid, efficient HUB ● DnV said that in 40 years LNG will be the dominant fuel for Vessels... ●

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