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Date Type 1100 Type 1700 Type 2500 Type 2700 Type 3500 Type 4250   ConTex   Type 2500 Type 2700 Type 3500 Type 4250   Type 1100 Type 1700
02.07.2015 8.477
down
11.693
down
13.133
down
13.554
down
14.229
down
14.944
down
  550down   11.941 12.383 13.179 13.684   8.211 11.392
30.06.2015 8.497
down
11.737
down
13.221
down
13.633
down
14.298
down
14.970
down
  553down   12.025 12.442 13.253 13.701   8.228 11.426
25.06.2015 8.525
down
11.765
down
13.357
down
13.724
down
14.414
down
15.054
down
  556down   12.183 12.542 13.332 13.769   8.250 11.452
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National Single Window starts on 1. June 2015

Directive 2010/65/EU establishes that Member States of the European Union shall accept the fulfilment of reporting formalities in electronic format and their transmission via a single window no later than 1 June 2015. This single window shall be the place where all information is reported once and made available to various competent authorities and other Member States. In Germany the National Single Window will start on the 1. June 2015. From this date onwards every reporting has to be done electronically via the National Single Window. This reporting is subject to charges. For further information you can call your local agent or visit the webpage www.national-single-window.de

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67. Eisbein - 6. November 2015

The 67. Eisbein Dinner will take place on the 6 of November 2015. Further Details will published in due cource.

Pressemitteilungen

Summer time depresses New ConTex

(03.07.2015) The New ConTex Index shed another 6 points this week and now stands at 550.
All the components were marked down with most of the losses being modest. The exception is the 2500 TEU geared class which continues to be more challenged by adverse supply versus demand compared to most of the other market sectors. Given the time of year such lethargy is largely to be expected; little change can be expected for the next 6-8 weeks. All eyes will be on the market as September approaches.

WHO/IMO: No ban on international trade

In order to keep the communication lines with the affected States open and to strengthen the national economies, the WHO and the IMO do not recommend any ban on international travel or trade.