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中远海运港口持续增长势头

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中远海运港口持续增长势头
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来源:World Maritime News 2018-08-28

翻译:国际海事信息网 黄子倩 张运鸿
 
        得益于Ocean Alliance逐渐扩大的协同效应,香港港口经营人中远海运港口(以下简称CSP)在2018年上半年吞吐量势头强劲。
 
        因经济持续增长,贸易量与Ocean Alliance挂靠船舶数量增加,加之CSP受中美贸易摩擦影响较小,此前又收购其他公司,在这一系列因素的推动下,CSP吞吐量仍然巨大。
 
        2018上半年,CSP的总吞吐量上涨26.5%至5670万TEU,而去年同期为4480万TEU。
 
        2018上半年,CSP子公司的吞吐量增长35%到1090万TEU,非CSP控制港口吞吐量上升24.6%至4580万TEU。
 
        该公司总收入激增79.7%至4.955亿美元。去年同期收入为2.758亿美元。
 
        然而,CSP表示其2018上半年净利润下降56.1%,为1.69亿美元,而2017年同期净利润为3.847亿美元。此外,该公司公布其上半年税息折旧及摊销前利润(EBITDA)为3.398亿美元,与去年同期的5.334亿美元相比下降36.3%。
 
        2018年6月30日,拥有3个集装箱泊位、1个散杂货泊位的南通通海港口正式投入运营。其集装箱和散杂货年处理能力将分别达到147万TEU和537万吨。本月底前,所有内贸及外贸船公司将陆续从狼山港区搬迁转移至通海港区。据CSP预计,南通通海港口2018年吞吐量有望达到25万TEU。
 
        2018年5月,CSP与泽布吕赫港达成战略合作,泽布吕赫港务局将在中远海运港口泽布吕赫码头(CSP Zeebrugge Terminal)获得5%的股权,并计划将该港发展成战略枢纽港。2017年11月,CSP完成增持泽布吕赫码头76%股权,并全面接管其成为自己的子公司。
 
        为促进经济增长,中远海运港口还与普洛斯中国控股有限公司(GLP)及深圳一海通全球供应链管理有限公司(Eshipping)达成战略性联盟,发展港口后方延伸服务与港口供应链平台。
 
        CSP预测下半年还将遇到多重挑战,尤其是中美贸易摩擦将给经济增长带来负面影响。不过,得益于稳固的经济基础,CSP对未来持谨慎乐观态度。
 
        CSP表示:“在Ocean Alliance及其协同效应以及母公司的支持下,中远海运港口会不断增加货物处理量。”
 
        虽然大环境仍充满不确定性,使航运前景明暗不清,CSP仍会不断优化成本结构,提高运营效率。
 
        CSP在中国大陆、东南亚、中东、欧洲和地中海五大港口区均有覆盖。
 
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COSCO Shipping Ports Continues Growth Momentum
 
Hong Kong’s port operator COSCO Shipping Ports (CSP) delivered a strong throughput in the first half of this year, due to enhanced synergies with Ocean Alliance. 
 
As explained, driven by sustained economic growth, increase in trade volume and increased calls from the Ocean Alliance, fueled by its acquisitions and least impact by the Sino-US trade frictions, the group delivered the strong results.
 
CSP’s total throughput rose by 26.5% to 56.7 million TEU in H1 2018 from 44.8 million TEU recorded in the corresponding period a year earlier.
 
In the first half of 2018, throughput from the group’s subsidiaries increased by 35% to 10.9 million TEU and throughput from the non-controlling terminals rose by 24.6% to 45.8 million TEU.
 
Revenue surged by 79.7% to USD 495.5 million from USD 275.8 million year-over-year.
 
However, CSP reported a 56.1% decrease in its net profit which amounted to USD 169 million in H1 2018, against USD 384.7 million in seen in H1 2017. In addition, the group posted an EBITDA of USD 339.8 million in the first half of the year, a decline of 36.3% compared to USD 533.4 million recorded in the same period last year.
 
On June 30, 2018, Nantong Tonghai Terminal, which has three container berths and one bulk berth, officially commenced operation. The terminal has three container berths and one bulk berth. The annual handling capacity for container and bulk will be 1.47 million TEU and 5.37 million tons respectively. All the domestic and foreign trade companies will be migrated from Langshan Port to Nantong Port by the end of the month. Nantong Tonghai Terminal is expected to have a throughput of approximately 250,000 TEU for 2018, according to CSP.
 
In May 2018, the group strategically allied with Port of Zeebrugge, the port authority of Zeebrugge which will acquire 5% equity interests in CSP Zeebrugge Terminal, and plans to develop the terminal into a strategic hub port. The group completed the acquisition of the remaining 76% equity interest in CSP Zeebrugge Terminal in November 2017 and made it a wholly-owned subsidiary.
 
In an effort to boost growth, COSCO Shipping Ports also entered into a strategic alliance with GLP and Eshipping to develop terminal extended services and port supply chain platform.
 
When looking ahead, CSP speaks about various challenges which remain in the second half of the year — Sino-US trade frictions, particularly, may negatively impact economic growth, according to the port operator. However, with a solid foundation laid, COSCO Shipping Ports remains cautiously positive about the prospect.
 
“COSCO Shipping Ports will continue to grow its capacity with the ongoing support from the Ocean Alliance and the synergies with its parent company,” the port operator said.
 
In addition, CSP will continue to optimize the cost structure and enhance operational efficiency against the backdrop of uncertainties casting a shadow over the macro environment.
 
CSP’s terminals portfolio covers the five main port regions in Mainland China, Southeast Asia, Middle East, Europe and the Mediterranean.
 

来源:simic