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Jan Altstaedt

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« on: April 12, 2013, 08:48:09 pm »

hallo ihr,
kann mir einer was sagen über Massengutfrachter die unter der flagge MSC  Laufen habe bis jetzt ein foto gefunden mir istja bekannt das msc container und krutzfahrt berederrt aber das die was mit massen gut zutun haben ist mir neu

das schiff was ich gefunden habe ist die
ANASTASIA Bulk carrier IMO:9625970, MMSI:373300000, Call Sign:3EZX.
auf einem foto sind die 3 tüpischen MSC zeichen zu sehen gibt es noch mehr die msc baut oder cartert
 
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hello, you,
if what can say me one about bulk goods freighter under that running MSC flies flags till present a photo has found to me istja famously the msc container and krutzfahrt berederrt, however, what with measured well close have is new to me

this navigate what I have found it is
ANASTASIA Bulk carrier IMO:9625970, MMSI:373300000, Call Sign:3EZX.
on a photo 3 tüpischen sign MSC are to be seen there is even more msc builds or cartert
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« Reply #1 on: April 12, 2013, 09:48:01 pm »

Jan,

Ich habe erfahren das MSC Bulker und Tanker hat aber es gibt kein MSC prefix und die Schiffe sind daher schwer zu erkennen. Wahrscheinlich sind die meisten auf timecharter genommen.
I experienced that MSC has Bulkers and Tankers but without MSC prefix so difficult to recognize. Probably most of them are on T/C

Mehr Informationen / more information:

http://www.mscgva.ch/contact/contact_page.html

Fr. Gruesse, kind rgds,
Robert.

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« Reply #2 on: April 12, 2013, 09:49:52 pm »

Another surprise! After the pure car carriers now we can see also bulk in the big fleet of MSC...supposed to be owned because PANAMA flag and lady name! It could be a sort of favour to some Italian shipowners which already oredered the ship and had financial problems. I will try to get more info in the company!
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« Reply #3 on: April 13, 2013, 09:55:31 am »

also MSC Magali, 106,600dwt bulker, chartered from Niki Shipping

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« Reply #4 on: April 13, 2013, 06:45:54 pm »

The common factor seems to be the low-profile Greek company Niki Shipping.

Niki owned ANASTASIA ex-MSC ANASTASIA, transferring her to MSC ownership on delivery.
As Allan noted, they control MSC MAGALI - and also her sister MSC CARINA - as well as car carrier MSC IMMACOLATA and containership MSC BERYL (and reported also MSC LAUREN is theirs) - and two more of these 12400teu ships coming from STX for MSC operations.

Not all of Niki's fleet is in the MSC basket.  They have four 5090teu ships with Ital/Evergreen.
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« Reply #5 on: April 15, 2013, 10:43:38 am »

Dear all

please have a look here for the bulkcarrier MSC ANASTASIA   

http://www.swiss-ships.info/displayimage.php?album=search&cat=0&pid=2680#top_display_media

Taken by my friend and SwissShips supporter Walter F. Sao Francisco do Sul, Brasil

Cheers!

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« Reply #6 on: April 16, 2013, 10:10:08 am »

hi all

don,t forget, a lot big container companies (CPO for example) have now bulkers too. They only had container until the crash, then a lot container contracts which they had with yards in china were converted into bulk-ship contracts. As you guys can see,,they mostly have only big bulkers,,i.e. big container contracts into big bulker contracts.
The effect is the same,after the conatiner companies managed to destroy their own market they stampeded into the bulker market and manged to destroy that section of shipping too.
Typical for todays shipping management seemingly reacting to self created downturn by doing the same again. The word "planning" does not exist anymore in the maritime vocublary,exept for passage planning,, but then,,for that managers wouldn,t be qualified anyhow
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« Reply #7 on: April 16, 2013, 10:03:10 pm »

Hi Capt. Ted,

I've been in this business for almost 40 years and have seen such cycles repeated again and again in various sectors of the industry. It's a perennial pepetuum mobile ....

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Robert.

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« Reply #8 on: April 17, 2013, 08:07:47 am »

hi robert
I know,,now 39 years here
and why management should change,,when it comes hard to hard they get either bailed by banks or by the governments as in Germany happened with some renowned companies,,if they would let them go bust, companies which were managed good would have an easier time now and would not have to compete with those who have the governments ears.
and,,they never lern,,making the same mistakes over and over again. The thinking goes today in quarterly steps,, from bonus to bonus, not in long terms anymore

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