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What a difference a quarter makes

What a difference a quarter makes


26 Mar 2017


Over the last couple of years the global container port industry has generally become used to modest growth rates being the new norm and 3Q16 was no exception. However, Drewry’s extensive sample port throughput data for the last quarter of 2016 suggests there may be an uptick.

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Alliance-olympics

Alliance-olympics


19 Mar 2017


New capacity in the key battleground of Asia-North Europe will add downwards pressure to freight rates, but perhaps not as much as some think with nearly one-third of all direct service port pairs unique to one alliance.

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Ready to go

Ready to go


12 Mar 2017


The new alliance networks are finally all in place for 1 April – Drewry takes a look to see how they compare for port coverage, frequency and speed.

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Good morning Vietnam

Good morning Vietnam


05 Mar 2017


Maersk Line has trialled a call by one of its 18,000 teu ULCVs in Vietnam. Expect more East-West services to connect with this trail-blazing economy.

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Delayed gratification

Delayed gratification


26 Feb 2017


Newbuilding deferral offers the container industry a golden opportunity to smooth out the capacity peaks in the coming years. Will owners take it?

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Spot freight rates soar from North Europe to Asia

Spot freight rates soar from North Europe to Asia
Spot container freight rates from North Europe to China increased by 45% this week, reaching a four-year high.

Illogical port choices by liner alliances

In a ground-breaking analysis, Drewry’s recently launched Ports and Terminals Insight report examines the correlation between carrier terminal ownership and the choice of port calls by the 2M and upcoming Ocean and THE liner alliances.

Bloomberg TV interview with Rahul Kapoor, Drewry Maritime Financial Research Services

Rahul Kapoor, Head of Drewry Financial Research Services discussing the recovery prospects for the shipping industry post-Hanjin, and the areas where pain continues to be felt.

Container port and shipping market challenges

Neil Davidson, Senior Analyst Ports & Terminals at Drewry, discussing ways Ports and Carriers can better collaborate