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中远海运:亏损减少,但前景仍不乐观

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中远海运:亏损减少,但前景仍不乐观

来源:American Shipper 2017-08-04

翻译:国际海事信息网 姜文杰 张运鸿
 
      中远海运国际(新加坡)有限公司在2017年第二季度净亏损为2080万新加坡元,低于2016年第二季度净亏损3680万新元。
 
      损失主要归因于造船厂和运输业务的不景气。
 
      造船业务营业额2017年第二季度同比下降,从7.546亿新元萎缩至新台币5.16亿元;主要是由于船舶修理,造船和海洋工程的营业收入未能达到预期。
 
      干散货运输及其他业务的营业额从2016年第二季度的830万新元增加4.7%至2017年第二季度的870万新加坡元,因为目前的短期利率高于2016年第二季度的租船费率。
 
      由于造船厂营收缩水,集团营业额从2017年第二季度的新台币7.63亿新元减少31.2%至2017年第二季度的5.247亿新元。
 
      截至2017年6月30日,集团订单总额约为58亿美元,直至2020年完成交付。其中包括巴西客户的钻井船构件和FPSO合同,金额约为9.51亿美元。
 
      2017年第二季度收到的新订单包括1个FRSU模块和3个集装箱船。
 
      “由于全球经济疲软,造船和离岸市场不景气,这些订单合同金额都偏低。由于行情持续低迷,集团预计新的造船和海上合同的经营利润将继续受到严重的下行压力。”中远海运称。
 
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COSCO Shipping Trims Loss, Bearish on Outlook
 
COSCO Shipping International (Singapore),  recorded a net loss of SGD 20.8 million in Q2 2017, down from a net loss of SGD 36.8 million in Q2 2016.
 
The losses were ascribed mainly to woes in shipyard and shipping operations.
 
Turnover from shipyard operations decreased by 31.6% to SGD 516.1 million in Q2 2016, from SGD 754.6 million in Q2 2016; mainly owing to lower revenue contribution from ship repair, ship building and marine engineering.
 
Turnover from dry bulk shipping and other businesses increased by 4.7% from SGD 8.3 million in Q2 2016 to SGD 8.7 million in Q2 2017 as the current short-term rates were higher than the charter rates secured in Q2 2016.
 
Group turnover decreased by 31.2% to SGD 524.7 million in Q2 2017, from SGD 762.9 million in Q2 2016, owing to decrease in shipyard revenue.
 
As at 30 June 2017, the group’s gross order book stood at approximately USD 5.8 billion with progressive deliveries up to 2020. These include modules of drillship and FPSO contracts for Brazilian customers which amount to approximately USD 951 million.
 
New orders received in Q2 2017 include 1 FRSU module, and 3 container vessels.
 
“These orders were secured at low contract values due to the weak global economy and depressed shipbuilding and offshore markets. The group expects operating margins on new ship building and offshore contracts to continue to be subject to severe downward pressure as these conditions continue to prevail,” COSCO said.
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