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Yang Ming debuts at Asia Fruit Logistica

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The 11th Asia Fruit Logistica was launched in Hong Kong from September 6th to September 8th. Yang Ming Marine Transport Corp. (Yang Ming), an experienced international fruit and vegetable transportation provider, has for the first time gone forward to provide professional consultation and services. The Hong Kong event attracted more than 800 fruit and vegetable companies from 45 countries and different regions. Yang Ming takes the opportunity of service promotion and publicity in the hope to extend cold chain logistics market and win more customers.

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Yang Ming Reveals Its First Half 2017 Financial Report

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Yang Ming Marine Transport Corporation (Yang Ming) held its 322nd Board Meeting on August 10, 2017 to approve its first half 2017 financial report.

The Q2 consolidated revenues total NTD 33.2 billion (USD 1.1 billion), up 19.65% from the same period over the previous year. The business volume of 1.15 million TEUs rose 6.81% year-over-year. Also, the net loss for Q2 was slashed year-over-year by 90% to NTD 445 million (USD 14.7 million). Compared to its net loss in Q1 2017 (NTD 901 million (USD 29 million)), Yang Ming’s net loss for this quarter shrunk by 50.6%.

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Yang Ming PNW Service Update

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With Yang Ming’s participation in THE Alliance, our customers can continue to expect access to greater capacity and service at multiple locations.

In the US Pacific Northwest, Yang Ming’s service is currently served by three terminals in the Seattle and Tacoma area. The Transpacific northwest PN1 and PN2 services are served by Husky Terminal in Tacoma, and the PN3 service by Stevedoring Services of America at Seattle. The Transatlantic AL5 service is served by Tacoma Container Terminal, which has assumed all operations for Olympic Container Terminal [“OCT”] at berth T-7, as OCT’s lease with the Port of Tacoma expired in July 2017 after thirteen years of successful operations.

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YM Provides New Korea-Taiwan-Hong Kong Service

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Yang Ming Marine Transport Corp. (YM) has announced to launch a new Korea-Taiwan-Hong Kong (loop code: KTH) service effective from August 13th, 2017.

KTH service is jointly operated by YM, T.S. Lines Co., Ltd. (TSL) and Korea Marine Transport Co., Ltd. (KMTC) with a total of two container vessels of nominal 1,800 TEU capacity.

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Yang Ming Sets Up Central and South America Regional Center in Panama

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Yang Ming Marine Transport Corporation has established a new 100% owned subsidiary in Panama, Yang Ming (Latin America) Corp., to conduct the “Central and South America Regional Center”. The new company begins to provide all services on 8th June 2017 in Panama office. Mr. Wen-Jin Lee is officially nominated as the first tenure of President.

Viewing the moderate growth of South America, THE Alliance deploys larger ships to transit the new Panama Canal and adding more ports of call to Caribbean Sea, the potentiality of South America and Caribbean Sea markets helps Yang Ming to set up its owned company to perform as the Regional Center. This Regional Center is responsible for the management of Yang Ming’s network of agencies there to centralize pricing, operations, equipment control, slot and feeder arrangement in the heart of Panama city, governing the territory from Mexico and the Southern countries. Through the relocation of the management frame, Yang Ming expects to gradually expand the market share and the business scale in this region and to reduce the operation costs significantly.

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Yang Ming Receives the 2016 Blue Circle Awards from Port of Vancouver

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Yang Ming Marine Transport Corp. (Yang Ming) was granted the “2016 Blue Circle Awards” by Port Metro Vancouver. The award ceremony was held on May 30, 2017 in Vancouver, and Mr. Lance Lin, General Manager of Yang Ming Canada, represented Yang Ming to receive the award at the ceremony.

The Blue Circle Awards is a recognition of the highest level of participation in the EcoAction Program implemented by Port Metro Vancouver since 2010. The program promotes attainable emission reduction goals for ocean-going vessels that enter Port Vancouver, and rewards those who excel in environmental stewardship. This is the second time of Yang Ming being recognized for its environmental stewardship by POV since 2015.

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COSCON, Hanjin Shipping and Yang Ming to jointly launch

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COSCONHanjin Shipping and Yang Ming will launch a jointly-operated Russia – Finland service from the middle of May. Named RFS (Russia – Finland Service), this new service will be operated with 3 of 1,300TEU class vessels deployed by each partner carrier. It will provide twice-per-week service connecting Hamburg, St. Petersburg and Kotka. Meanwhile, partner carriers believe that the introduction of this new service will contribute to satisfying various needs of their customers in North West Europe. Details are as follows:

RFS (Russia – Finland Service)

Vessel Deployment: 1,300TEU X 3 (COSCON X 1, HJS X 1, YML X 1) Port Rotation: Hamburg – St. Petersburg – Kotka – Hamburg – St. Petersburg – Kotka -Hamburg Commencement Date: May 19th, 2013 (ETA Hamburg)

Yang Ming to Launch “Japan-Korea-China-Vietnam Service (KCV)”

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Yang Ming Marine Transport Corp. (YM)  is pleased to announce that will launch a new joint service with Wan Hai Lines to provide direct service links between Northeast Asia ports of Japan, Korea and China to Vietnam (KCV service).
A total of three containerships, each with 1,200 TEU operating capacity will be deployed in KCV service, with commencement on 29th November, 2013 starting from Shanghai.
The service rotation will cover : Osaka – Kobe – Kwangyang – Pusan – Shanghai – Hong Kong –  Shekou – Ho Chi Minh – Shekou – Hong Kong – Osaka, for a round voyage of 21-days.
YM is confident that the new service will provide customers with better service coverage between Japan/Korea/China and Vietnam.

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NYK and Yang Ming reuse containers thanks to APCS platform

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NYK and Yang Ming are the latest shipping companies to adopt the Container Re-Use Module. They will be joined next month by Hamburg Süd and Hapag-Lloyd Benelux.

NYK Benelux and Yang Ming have recently started to participate in the Container Re-Use Module, a collaborative solution that permits more efficient use of containers thanks to interaction between shipping companies. Once an import container has been delivered, the transporter can use a simple web application to ask for the same container to be used for an export booking with the same shipping company. The administration procedure is the same for all shipping companies. The MSC, Turkon Line and OOCL shipping companies were early adopters of the system. They will be followed in December by Hamburg Süd and Hapag-Lloyd Benelux.

APCS (Antwerp Port Community System) was set up several years ago to bring order into the IT applications developed by companies in the port. Applications that are potentially relevant to the entire port community are made available to everybody by APCS. With the new module APCS not only offers a safe container release system but has also created an efficient solution that provides significant sustainability gains, as the technology cuts out many “empty” kilometres in trips to and from empty container depots.

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YM, UASC, and CSCL Merge TP Services for Winter Season

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Yang Ming (YM), United Arab Shipping Company (UASC) and China Shipping Container Liner (CSCL are to adjust their service on the Asia – West Coast of North America trade by merging their current services, PSW4 by YM and AAS2/AWS1 by CSCL/UASC, in to a tripartite joint service.

The new joint service shall continue to be branded by the three carriers, respectively, as PSW4/AAS2/AWS1. The service will employ six vessels with nominal capacity of 4,250 TEU; three operated by YM, two operated by UASC, and one operated by CSCL. The revised port rotation is as follows: Xiamen, Ningbo, Shanghai, Los Angeles, Oakland, Xiamen. The first sailing in the merged structure shall depart Xiamen on 6th December 2013.

Together with the establishment of the new joint PSW4/AAS2/AWS1 service, a broader slot swap agreement will be made including YM’s existing PSW2 service and CSCL’s existing AAC service in this trade. Through the slot swap, CSCL and UASC will take slots from YM’s PSW2 service, and YM will take slots from CSCL’s AAC service.

The PSW2 service will be marketed as AAS3 by CSCL and marketed as AWS3 by UASC with the following port rotation: Hong Kong, Yantian, Kaohsiung, Keelung, Los Angeles, Oakland, Pusan, Kwangyang, Keelung, Kaohsiung, Hong Kong.

The port rotation of the AAC service is as follows: Qingdao, Lianyungang, Shanghai, Ningbo, Pusan, Los Angeles, Oakland, Qingdao.

The YM/CSCL/UASC tripartite cooperation in this trade enables a more cost efficient and flexible network and will continue to provide the comprehensive coverage and frequency in West Coast of North America trade.