ESTRUCTURA DE TARIFAS PARA CONTRATOS DE FLETAMENTO Y TRANSPORTE MARITIMO

 

FERNANDO GUZMAN LOEZAR

ESCUELA DE INGENIERIA DE TRANSPORTE

PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATOLICA DE VALPARAISO-CHILE

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RESUMEN

 

La ausencia de información técnico-académica sobre la estructuración de costos para la determinación de tarifas para los distintos tipos de Contratos, tanto de Fletamento como de Transporte Marítimo, motivó al autor al análisis de esta importante gestión.

La resolución del problema planteado, sobre la base de una definición estructurada de los actores y los costos afectos a cada gestión, traducidos en las respectivas tarifas, configura el objetivo del presente trabajo.

Para estos efectos, se separan los servicios de Transporte Marítimo y los Contratos en dos grupos: Contratos de Fletamento

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EL NEGOCIO MARÍTIMO: UNA VISIÓN PRÁCTICA DEL FLETAMENTO POR VIAJE

http://www.udc.gal/iuem/documentos/monografias/2008-2.pdf

 

 

EL NEGOCIO MARÍTIMO: UNA VISIÓN PRÁCTICA DEL FLETAMENTO POR VIAJE

Óscar Sánchez García

Máster en Administración Marítima y Gestión Portuaria

 

Índice:

Introducción

1- PRINCIPALES ACTORES en el negocio del transporte marítimo.

2- Contacto y negociación

3- Términos del cierre.

4- El flete

5- Cálculo del flete y estimación de viaje

6- Armador y fletador en los viajes tram’p. análisis esquemático de competencias.

7- Términos y definiciones

Oil Clogging U.S. Railways Seen Limiting Exports of Grain

 

September 19, 2014

An undated handout photograph shows Nippon Yusen K.K.'s dry-bulk ship. Source: Nippon Yusen K.K. via Bloomberg

Shipping companies probably will miss out on exports from the record U.S. grain harvest because the shale-oil boom is clogging up rail lines to ports.

While the U.S. will reap the most crops ever, fourth-quarter export cargoes will be 15 percent lower than last year, according to RS Platou Markets AS, a Norwegian bank specialized in shipping. Rates for Panamaxes, the most commonly used vessels for grains, averaged $7,574 a day this year, headed for the lowest level since at least 1999, Baltic Exchange data show.

The U.S. shale-oil boom means energy shipments are dominating rail

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China’s Rongsheng Overdue on $43 Million in Loans

By Clement Tan and Joshua FellmanAug 29, 2014 9:31 PM GMT+0200

China Rongsheng Heavy Industries Group Holdings Ltd. (1101), the private Chinese shipbuilder whose woes made it a symbol of the country’s credit binge, remains overdue on 262 million yuan ($43 million) of bank loans after making late payments on its debt last month.

The company was overdue on principal and interest payments on 8.57 billion yuan of bank loans on June 30, according to aHong Kong stock exchange filing yesterday. In July, the shipbuilder made full interest payments on 8.3 billion yuan of those borrowings, it said in the filing.

Banks haven’t yet taken any action to enforce the loan agreements and demand immediate repayment, Rongsheng said. The company said it has also received

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