Container terminal capacity expansion in the next five years has fallen to not much more than 10% of existing capacity, the lowest proportion ever. Something has to change if the industry is to avoid problems in the coming years.
Drewry survey finds that a large proportion of shippers are uneasy with carriers’ plans for fuel recovery post 2020 when new rules on sulphur content limits will come into force. Transparency will be key to carriers’ chances of cost recovery.
Car carrier shipping is expected to continue its recovery from the trough of 2016, supported by improving utilisation, according to the Drewry’s Finished Vehicle Shipping Annual Review and Forecast report.
Responding to the needs of Beneficial Cargo Owners (BCOs) ahead of the IMO 2020 global emission regulation, Drewry announces the addition of a new BAF formula and fuel cost benchmarking service to its range of ocean freight procurement support services.
Join us at 0900 or 1600 GMT on Tues, 11 Dec 2018 to find out more on our latest research covering the container ports and terminals market. The session will be hosted by Neil Davidson, Senior Analyst in Drewry’s Ports and Terminals practice and Martin Dixon, Director - Head of Research Products at Drewry. Both executives will be available to take questions following a short 20 minute presentation.