• <input id="8uy2w"></input>
  • <nav id="8uy2w"></nav>
    <samp id="8uy2w"><label id="8uy2w"></label></samp>
  • 公告

    新聞

    人員

    獲獎

    船期查詢

    船舶訊息

    服務航線

    實際到港日查詢

    船期查詢

    貨柜動態

    貨柜追蹤

    出口服務

    電放查詢

    貨柜延滯查詢

    航次匯率查詢

    危險品貨柜艙單查詢

    貨柜延滯費率查詢

    進口服務

    貨柜延滯查詢

    航次匯率查詢

    危險品貨柜艙單查詢

    貨柜延滯費率查詢

    電子商務

    VGM MAINTAIN

    BL RELEASE TRACING

    BOOKING RELEASE OLDER

    E BOOKING

    Local Tariff download

    表單下載

    各類申請書下載

    附件費查詢

    危險品資訊

    危險品匿報公告

    危險品禁收清單

    危險品申請

    中國危險品限制整理

    其他資訊

    貨柜資訊

    電子公文系統

    貨柜基本資料查詢

    B/L Signature

    公告

    新聞

    人員

    獲獎

    船期查詢

    船舶訊息

    服務航線

    實際到港日查詢

    船期查詢

    貨柜動態

    貨柜追蹤

    出口服務

    電放查詢

    貨柜延滯查詢

    航次匯率查詢

    危險品貨柜艙單查詢

    貨柜延滯費率查詢

    進口服務

    貨柜延滯查詢

    航次匯率查詢

    危險品貨柜艙單查詢

    貨柜延滯費率查詢

    電子商務

    VGM MAINTAIN

    BL RELEASE TRACING

    BOOKING RELEASE OLDER

    E BOOKING

    Local Tariff download

    表單下載

    各類申請書下載

    附件費查詢

    危險品資訊

    危險品匿報公告

    危險品禁收清單

    危險品申請

    中國危險品限制整理

    其他資訊

    貨柜資訊

    電子公文系統

    貨柜基本資料查詢

    B/L Signature

    新聞

    06-24?,2020

    TS Lines in search of new ships as Q1 profits soar 170pc to US$21.5m

    CHAIRMAN of TS Lines, Chen Te Shen says controlling costs and services additions on routes with growing demand have led to the Taiwan carrier’s 170 per cent year-on-year increase in profits.

    The Taiwanese operator of the intra-Asia carrier reported profits of TWD650 million (US$21.49 million), achieved by responding to challenging conditions caused by Covid-19 with the company withdrawing from the US trades and concentrating on operating intra-Asian and Asia-Australia routes. Mr Chen said the company further reduced costs by redelivering chartered vessels that were deployed on withdrawn services.

    The leased fleet increased the flexibility of the company’s operations. While owning a certain percentage of newly built own ships, with high fuel efficiency, allowed the company to reduce costs further, reports Container News, Jacksonville.

    Mr Chen said that there is a silver lining in the pandemic, as oil prices collapsed to an 18-year low, resulting in low-sulphur fuel oil becoming cheaper. This meant compliance with the International Maritime Organization’s emissions cap was more affordable.

    “Oil prices fell sharply in March. As the fuel surcharge was calculated based on the oil price of the previous quarter, when our actual bunker costs fell, the company’s profit increased," explained Mr Chen.

    Cargoes to and from India and the Philippines declined during Q2, but TS Lines added services to Thailand and Vietnam, where cargo demand remained strong. Consequently, the carrier’s operating profit for Q2 2020 is forecast to be TWD700 million.

    The chairman said: “We’ll continue to acquire vessels and commission newbuildings. Three years ago, we aimed to own five vessels. At the time, we operated 36 vessels. Today, we are operating 46 ships, including 12 owned vessels. Another three are under construction. Today’s newbuildings are fuel-efficient, but it takes two years for a vessel to be built. If there are suitable pre-owned ships in the market, we’ll consider second-hand purchases."

    (資料來源 http://www.asianshipper.com/main.asp)





  • <input id="8uy2w"></input>
  • <nav id="8uy2w"></nav>
    <samp id="8uy2w"><label id="8uy2w"></label></samp>
  • 移动棋牌