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When big profits look bad

When big profits look bad


03 Jul 2020


Container lines have done well during the global pandemic, but are they profiteering from the crisis and can anything be done to prevent more carrier-shipper animosity?

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COVID-19 to cut shipping container fleet and slow pricing recovery

COVID-19 to cut shipping container fleet and slow pricing recovery


27 Apr 2020


The coronavirus outbreak has disrupted global container supply chains and depressed the demand for vessels and boxes. It will lead to a contraction in the shipping container fleet and keep prices and lease rates under pressure in 2020.

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Coronavirus: rationing container capacity

Coronavirus: rationing container capacity


01 Apr 2020


The world is a very different place to when the last edition of Drewry’s Container Forecaster report was published in December. The only certainty is supply and demand volatility.

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What does coronavirus mean for container shipping?

What does coronavirus mean for container shipping?


27 Feb 2020


The short term impact of the coronavirus health crisis is a sharp hit to global container volumes and carrier earnings, but Drewry expects that the medium-term impact will be manageable provided the virus spread is contained.

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Freight container prices hit 3-year low, widening box manufacturer losses

Freight container prices hit 3-year low, widening box manufacturer losses


26 Jan 2020


Newbuild prices of freight container boxes hit a three-year low at the end of 2019, as intense competition in an oversupplied market heaped more pressure on box manufacturers.

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News

Drewry highlights transformation of rate conditions in transpacific container shipping

Drewry highlights transformation of rate conditions  in transpacific container shipping
Unprecedented transpacific spot freight rates signal that a transformation of the container shipping sector may be underway and that shippers need to adapt.

Reefer shipping to outpace dry cargo trade despite container shortages

Growth in seaborne perishable cargo slowed in 2019 but is forecast to better weather the COVID-19 induced economic storm than the dry cargo trade given the broader resilience of the food supply chain, according to Drewry’s latest Reefer Shipping Annual Review and Forecast.

Drewry launches detention and demurrage support service

Drewry Supply Chain Advisors launches new service combining relevant data points with best practice insights to help BCOs more effectively manage these costs.

COVID-19 to stifle container port investment

The pace of container port capacity expansion is forecast to contract at least 40% over the next five years in the wake of the COVID-19 induced slowdown in port throughput, according to the Drewry’s latest Global Container Terminal Operators Annual Review and Forecast.

Events

27th Maritime HR & Crew Management Summit

Drewry to present the outlook for manning and ship operating costs.

Port Technology Container Terminal Automation Conference

Eleanor Hadland to discuss terminal automation benefits and opportunities for larger terminals and smaller facilities.

Coastlink Conference Antwerp 2020

Chantal McRoberts will present our market outlook for European short sea ports.