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Transcript of Meli Marine
Leading carrier in the intra-Asia market, no presence on the major Asia-North America sea lanes
In vessel operations providing actual shipping service it
Business focused on being mainline feeder owning its own fleet of container ships with aggregated capacity of 26,500 TEUs
Have a new CEO David Tian with agressive change policies
Key Case Elemets
come from “bunker cots” or fuel prices - A material increase in the price of oil usually had an adverse impact on the bottom line
are high averaging about half of the total cost structure. Other fixed costs come from terminal charges and overhead, which was needed to effectively fill capacity.
Teeh-Sah Holdings container business in the trans-Pacific, Asia-North America shipping lanes
selling 16 ships with average capacity of 4,500 TEUs
Rapid business development in focusing business in
such as shipping intermediate goods and foodstuffs- also developed its
own freight-forwarder arm
: Focus on customer satisfaction and customer relationships while providing value-added activities to customers to keep loyal.
continued to grow, by 2007 intra-Asia liner services accounted for approximately
80% of the company’s revenues
Acquire Tee-Sah Holdings 16 ships
Move into the Asia-North America shipping lanes
Founded in 1974 in Singapore
“asset intensive, vessel expenses, including maintenance and financing, were significant.”
Comprised of four major segments
Top 15 players accounted for approximately 80% of volume
Freight-forwarders and major retailers own exporter relationships
60% of volume from Asia to North America or Europe could be attributed to freight-forwarders or major retailers.
Container carriers aggressively compete for capacity
Bigger ships and Cascading/ Threat of Overcapacity
Variable Cost & Fixed Costs
Capacity- high origin volume with low destination density
High barriers to entry
Volatile demand environment
Long lead times/customer-centric business
Increase Market Share
Reduce threat of competition
Create value for customers
Overcapcity of market
Higher cost of funding
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