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New ConTex - Alle Raten/Angaben in US-Dollar($)

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Datum Type 1100 Type 1700 Type 2500 Type 2700 Type 3500 Type 4250 ConTex Type 2500 Type 2700 Type 3500 Type 4250 Type 5700 Type 6500 Type 1100 Type 1700
15.10.2020 6.375 8.734 10.487 11.915 13.560 16.860 489 10.867 12.006 13.623 16.404 20.710 23.250 6.538 8.934
13.10.2020 6.338 8.659 10.379 11.777 13.348 16.710 484 10.771 11.875 13.460 16.296 20.500 22.855 6.496 8.855
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Exporte, August 2020
91,2 Milliarden Euro
+2,4 % zum Vormonat (kalender- und saisonbereinigt)
-10,2 % zum Vorjahresmonat

Importe, August 2020
78,5 Milliarden Euro
+5,8 % zum Vormonat (kalender- und saisonbereinigt)
-7,9 % zum Vorjahresmonat

Außenhandelsbilanz, August 2020:
12,8 Milliarden Euro
15,7 Milliarden Euro (kalender- und saisonbereinigt)

Leistungsbilanz nach Berechnungen der Deutschen Bundesbank, August 2020
16,5 Milliarden Euro

Im August 2020 haben die Exporte in Deutschland gegenüber dem Vormonat Juli 2020 kalender- und saisonbereinigt um 2,4 % und die Importe um 5,8 % zugenommen. Wie das Statistische Bundesamt (Destatis) anhand vorläufiger Ergebnisse weiter mitteilt, lagen die Exporte kalender- und saisonbereinigt gegenüber Februar 2020 – dem Monat vor dem Beginn der Corona-bedingten
Einschränkungen – um 9,9 % und die Importe um 6,4 % niedriger.

(29.7.2020) Please note that as expected, the organisers of Breakbulk Europe have officially announced the cancellation of the event for 2020. The next Breakbulk Europe will be held in Bremen on 18th to 20th May 2021. Further information can be found on the Breakbulk website at: www.europe.breakbulk.com/Articles/breakbulk-europe-2020-cancelled

(2.7.2020) We are glad to inform you that due to the successful efforts of the German Shipbrokers` Association and the “Initiative Kiel-Canal” the government agreed to suspend the Kiel-Canal dues until 31.12.2020. Since the regulation will only become effective upon publication in the official Federal Gazette, we expect this to happen in the course of next week.

This will result in a reduction of Kiel-Canal transit expenses by approximately 20 to25%

We will inform you immediately upon receipt of the effective date.



(01.10.2020) The container charter market continued to rise further backed by limited tonnage supply, very high freight rates and thus still healthy demand by the Liners.

Owners are pushing for longer periods whenever possible and Charterers are so far resisting the commitment by paying up for shorter periods which is driving the market further.
This is also illustrated by the shrinking spreads between the New ConTex rates for the quoted periods of e.g. 12 or 24 months.

In fact the 4250 TEU cluster is now the only one rated higher for 12 months than the 24 months. Especially larger ships remain predominantly in demand which is what the New ConTex is also showing. The larger the ship, the higher the valuation increase.

(25.9.2020) Whilst the weekly figures are still in positive territory, with only the 5700 TEU segment taking a small breather with a very slight negative movement of -0,1%, the general tendency of last week, whereby the month-on-month numbers showing a stronger growth than the weekly figures, is being replicated. The New ConTex has moved up by 1,6% this week, which is basically in line with the Year-on-Year trend. Strongest performer this week was the 1700 TEU segment.  Given the lack of available tonnage in most areas as well as due to further strong cargo volumes, the general positive trend can expected to continue for the time being. Demand should be further supported by a few new services being opened and new trade link opening as a result of the agreements between Israel and the UAE.


(21.08.2020) The Container Market trajectory remains clearly upwards and, unlike the slowing in pace experienced last week, the market's recovery has actually gathered pace this week, with the New ConTex Index gaining an impressive 24 points rise on last week. The Index is now standing at 392; still low historically and still behind where it was this time last year, but a significant inprovement nonetheless.

The shortage of post-panamax tonnage means any large size available can easily achieve a higher rate than last done and, with demand cascading down the sizes, this means growing demand for classical 4250 TEU panamaxes and increasingly the intermediate 3500 TEUs and 2700 TEUs.So it was not surprising to see the 4250 TEUs score the greatest gains with this size being marked up 12.9% (basis 12 months) on last week, ahead of the 9.1% and 9.5% gains being achieved by the 5700 TEUs and 6500 TEUs respectively.

Of particular note this week is the gain being made by the 2700 TEUs and 3500 TEUs, being marked up 6.9% and 8.9% respectively on last week (both basis 12 months). Although rates for all sizes are recovering the smaller feeder sizs are struggling to recover in comparison although, relative to their ealier losses, they have less ground to make up.