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Carpenters Shipping Schedule> update 2nd April, 2020

Good day!!

Below updated sailing schedule for your planning. All feeder date amended to actual eta on our schedule.

Updates:

  1. BAF levels – Asia to Pacific :
 

Month

Container Type
Per 20’ GP Per 40’HC Conventional (Per Rvt)
Apr 2020 USD 550 USD 1100 USD 33.00
Mei 2020 USD 325 USD 650 USD 19.50

 

  1. Events in Port Klang :

 

  1. Others updates:
  • Kweilin to be replaced by Changsha in Singapore effective voy. 2010S
  • New Guinea Chief 2003S to replace Coronado Bay 2003S for NAX service
  • Changsha 2010S, 2010N, 2014S, 2014N, & 2018S omit Ho Chi Minh call
  • Soochow 2005S, Siangtan 2006S, Shengking 2003S, Shuntien 2004S omit Ningbo call
  • Orea 2008S phase in in Singapore replacing M. Cameron. Orea 2008N, 2012S, 2016S, & 2020S omits HCM call
  • Shengking 2003S omits Nansha & Rabaul call. Shuntien 2004S, Soochow 2005S, Siangtan 2006S omit Nansha
  • NAT service to call Changshu Port, Shanghai
  • Cape Nati 2007S, Papuan Chief 2011S, 2015S & Coral Chief 2009S, 2013S Omit Santo call
  • New Guinea Chief 2010S, Papuan Chief 2006S, 2011S, Highland Chief 2008S & Coral Chief 2009S, 2013S omit Kaohsiung, Xingang & Qindao call

 

 

Port of Discharge Mother Vessel / Feeder Vessel Voyage ETA Port Klang ETA KRPUS (Pusan) ETA Port of Discharge Remarks
Motukea Carpenters Sirius 2013S 23-Apr   04-May  
Shaoshing 2015S 10-May   21-May  
Carpenters Sirius 2017S 03-Jun   14-Jun  
Shaoshing 2019S 23-Jun   04-Jul  
LAE Orea 2012S 08-Apr   20-Apr on refer
Carpenters Sirius 2013S 23-Apr   08-May  
Changsha 2014S 30-Apr   12-May on refer
Shaoshing 2015S 10-May   25-May  
Orea 2016S 20-May   02-Jun  
Rabaul Carpenters Sirius 2013S 23-Apr   15-May  
Shaoshing 2015S 10-May   01-Jun  
Carpenters Sirius 2017S 03-Jun   24-Jun  
Madang Orea 2012S     08-Apr   02-May   on refer
Changsha 2014S     30-Apr   24-May on refer
Orea 2016S     20-May   14-Jun
Changsha 2018S     10-Jun   05-Jul
Honiara Orea 2012S     08-Apr   24-Apr  on refer
Changsha 2014S     30-Apr   16-May  on refer
Orea 2016S     20-May   06-Jun  
Changsha 2018S     10-Jun   27-Jun  
Port Villa Coral Chief (Feeder) 2009S 10-Apr 01-May 21-May  
New Guinea Chief (Feeder) 2010S 24-Apr 16-May 06-Jun  
Papuan Chief (Feeder) 2011S 08-May 07-Jun 27-Jun  
Highland Chief

(Feeder)

2012S 29-May 03-Jul 21-Jul  

 

* “on refer” indicates booking subject to approval only as the voyage is approaching full ship.

Pls do not hesitate to contact us for booking or any clarification.

 

Email               mcsl-mypkg@qel.com.my

Mimi                +60 (3) 56236233 /+60 (16) 212 7903

Jeremy             +60 (3) 56236265 / +60 (17) 6938335

Haren               +60 (3) 56236331

Siti                   +60 (3) 56236225

Faizah              +60 (3) 56236226

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Carpenters Shipping schedule – Update 2nd May 2019

Good Day!!

Below updated sailing schedule for your planning. All feeder date amended to actual eta on our schedule.

Updates:

1.      BAF levels – Asia to Pacific :

  

Month

Container Type

Per 20’ GP

Per 40’HC

Conventional (Per Rvt)

May 2019

USD 625

USD 1250

USD 37.50

June 2019

Tba

Tba

Tba

 

2.      Port Klang THC revision, effective 15th April 2019:

o   MYR470 per 20’gp / MYR700 per 40’gp 

o   MYR485 per 20’dg III / MYR 720 per 40’dg III

o   MYR525 per 20dg II / MYR 800 per 40’dg II

3.      Events in Port Klang:

o   19th May : Wesak Day

o   22nd May : Nuzul Al-Quran

4.      Others updates:

o   Kweichow 1912S & 1916S omit Ho Chi Minh call

o   Shuntien 1906S omit Ningbo & Port Moresby call

o   Cape Nati 1909S will replaced by RHL Aurora

o   Cape Nati will be replaced by Highland Chief effective 1913S 

 

 Schedule Summary :

Port of Discharge

Mother Vessel / Feeder Vessel

Voyage

ETA Port Klang

ETA KRPUS (Pusan)

ETA Port of Discharge

Remarks

 
 
 

Port Moresby

ShaoShing

1915S

25-May

 

05-Jun

 

 

Carpenters Sirius

1917S

14-Jun

 

27-Jun

 

 

ShaoShing

1919S

06-Jul

 

19-Jul

 

 

Carpenters Sirius

1921S

28-Jul

 

10-Aug

 

 

LAE

Kwangsi

1914S

11-May

 

23-May

 

 

ShaoShing

1915S

25-May

 

09-Jun

 

 

Kweichow

1916S

03-Jun

 

13-Jun

 

 

Carpenters Sirius

1917S

14-Jun

 

01-Jul

 

 

Kwangsi

1918S

25-Jun

 

05-Jul

 

 

Rabaul

ShaoShing

1915S

25-May

 

16-Jun

 

 

Carpenters Sirius

1917S

14-Jun

 

08-Jul

 

 

ShaoShing

1919S

06-Jul

 

30-Jul

 

 

Madang

Kwangsi

1914S

11-May

 

06-Jun

   

Kweichow

1916S

03-Jun

 

14-Jun

   

Kwangsi

1918S

25-Jun

 

20-Jul

   

Honiara

Kwangsi

1914S

11-May

 

29-May

   

Kweichow

1916S

03-Jun

 

20-Jun

   

Port Villa

Coral Chief (Feeder)

1910S

09-May

31-May

19-Jun

 

 

New Guinea Chief (Feeder)

1911S

30-May

16-Jun

06-Jul

 

 

* “on refer” indicates booking subject to approval only as the voyage is approaching full ship.

Pls do not hesitate to contact us for booking or any clarification.

Email                     mcsl-mypkg@qel.com.my

Victor Lee            +60 (16) 330 3774

Mimi                     +60 (3) 56236233 /+60 (16) 212 7903

Siti                          +60 (3) 56236225

Faizah                   +60 (3) 56236226

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Port Vila in Vanuatu

Port Vila in Vanuatu

Vanuatu, officially the Republic of Vanuatu, is an island nation in the South Pacific Ocean. Vanuatu is comprised of an extensive group of islands that is 1,090 miles east of northern Australia and west of Fiji. The estimated 2019 population of Vanuatu is 288,017. Port Vila is the capital city of Vanuatu with a population of 45,000 that account for 19% of the whole population of Vanuatu.

The island economy mainly based on small-scale agriculture that provide a living for almost 70% of the population. The main agriculture products are such as copra, cocoa, coffee, fruits, taro, beef and fish. Other activities such as offshore financial services and tourisms are also the pillar of the country’s GDP. Vanuatu has no known petroleum deposits hence their economic development is hindered by the dependence on relatively few commodity exports. Factors such as the country’s vulnerability to natural disasters and incomplete road infrastructure also impact the economy growth of the country. The GDP of Vanuatu is estimated at $787million according to the data generated in year 2017. The Asian Development Bank has projected that Vanuatu’s GDP is expected to grow by 3.2 and 3% in year 2018 and 2019 respectively.

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