THE Alliance creates emergency fund in event of Hanjin scenario The THE Alliance, understanding how critical certainty is for shippers, has proposed innovative language within its vessel-sharing agreement that has at least one fan among the Federal Maritime Commission. WASHINGTON — Container lines within the planned the THE Alliance are developing safeguards, including an emergency fund, to help recover stranded cargo if one of the members collapses as Hanjin Shipping did this year. Federal Maritime Commissioner William Doyle said he’d like to see the 2M and Ocean alliances adopt similar practices. As shippers scrutinize carriers’ financial stability ahead of the 2016 to 2017 bidding season, the safeguards could provide those that deal with the THE Alliance some reassurances — and give alliance members a contracting edge.
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Forwarders renew calls for shipping lines to abandon growing list of surcharges Freight forwarders have renewed calls for shipping lines to axe their surcharges “Forwarders do not like shipping line surcharges, and we have been challenging their legitimacy on behalf of our members – and their customers – for many years,” said Robert Keen, BIFA Director General. Earlier this year, the Global Shippers’ Forum launched a campaign promising to end the surcharge system by 2020, threatening to “name and shame” carriers and forwarders that use surcharges to “exhort” extra payments from customers. “Our members have become used to shipping lines adding peak season, fuel and currency surcharges, but the number of surcharges and fees continues to grow – often with no real explanation or justification,” said Mr Keen this week. “For instance, what does an extra ‘administration fee’ or ‘container sealing fee’ cover that is not in the standard service offered? “If a shipper enters a contract to buy goods, they should know exactly what they are paying and that price should not change.
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Global Shippers Forum and World Shipping Council clash over liner consolidation Liner shipping lobbyist the World Shipping Council has rejected claims from the Global Shippers Forum that competition regulators need to reassess their approach to shipping line alliances in the era of ultra-large container vessels (ULCVs) and increasing merger and acquisitions activity among liner operators. Yesterday’s position paper from the GSF, The implications of mega-ships and alliances for competition and total supply chain efficiency: an economic perspective, claims the deployment of ULCVs – while beneficial in terms of reducing shipping line costs – failed to accommodate the increased costs to shippers from larger ships and shipping alliances. These were principally from delays caused by landside congestion and liners failing to adhere to shipping schedules – known as “negative externalities” in economic theory. The paper draws on last year’s work by the Organisation of Economic Cooperation and Development, managed by its ports and shipping expert, Olaf Merk.
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Empty container repositioning costs the shipping industry up to $20bn a year © Dreamshot Repositioning empty containers costs the shipping industry $15-$20bn a year – up to 8% of a shipping line’s operating costs – according to Boston Consulting Group (BCG). At this week’s Intermodal Europe event in Rotterdam, Johannes Schlingmeier, a consultant at BCG, said the huge number of empty container movements across the globe accounted for 15% of all box movements in the US, 14% in Latin America, 29% in Europe, 16% in the Middle East and 25% in China. Speaking to The Loadstar, Mr Schlingmeier’s colleague, Christian Roeloffs, said the problem arose from a mixture of structural trade imbalances and liner and network inefficiency. “Against structural imbalances – such as those seen in an economy that exports more, China’s, for instance – little can be done,” he said
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