OOCL acquisition boosts COSCO

Sharp increase in profit, revenues and volumes reflect the purchase of a majority interest in Orient Overseas (International) Ltd. last summer.

OOCL acquisition boosts COSCO

Sharp increase in profit, revenues and volumes reflect the purchase of a majority interest in Orient Overseas (International) Ltd. last summer.

OOCL acquisition boosts COSCO

Sharp increase in profit, revenues and volumes reflect the purchase of a majority interest in Orient Overseas (International) Ltd. last summer.

 

   COSCO Shipping Holdings reported an increase in first-quarter revenue and profit, reflecting its acquisition last year of a majority stake in Orient Overseas (International) Ltd., the parent company of Orient Overseas Container Line, last July.
    COSCO said it had net profit of 687 million Chinese yuan renminbi in the first quarter of 2019 compared with 181 million RMB in the first quarter of 2018.
    During the first quarter of 2019, revenue totaled 35.1 billion RMB ($5.2 billion) compared to 21.9 billion RMB in the same 2018 period, nearly a 60 percent increase.
    The company benefited from increased volumes and revenue in its liner business. It also saw an increase in containers handled at its container terminals.

   In the first quarter of 2019, COSCO moved 5,881,731 TEUs, an increase of 42.6 percent from the first quarter of 2018. That big increase reflects the addition of 1,605,564 TEUs from OOCL.
    COSCO also said revenue from its shipping routes amounted to 31.1 billion RMB or about $4.6 billion.
    At the end of March, the fleet operated by COSCO included 478 container vessels, with a total shipping capacity of 2,775,313 TEUs. COSCO also had nine container vessels on order, with aggregate capacity of 159,421 TEUs.
    COSCO Shipping Holdings said its terminals handled 30.6 million TEUs at its terminals in the first quarter of 2019 (about 6.67 million TEUs from terminals it controlled and 23.95 million TEUs in terminals in which it is an investor.)

When a port authority opens the door for a long-term agreement with a terminal operator, long-term investment and infrastructure development can follow in earnest under that model.

The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach both reported the busiest Aprils in their ports history with Los Angeles handling 736,466 TEUs and Long Beach moving 628,121 TEUs.

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