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Who wants to be a (multi) billionaire?

Who wants to be a (multi) billionaire?


05 Jul 2021


05 Jul 21: Drewry’s latest Container Forecaster report includes a relatively small forecast increase for world port throughput in 2021-22 but huge upgrades for freight rates and carrier profits over the same period as the market faces an extended period of under supply.

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Feeling hot, hot, hot

Feeling hot, hot, hot


09 Apr 2021


Container Insight: The container shipping market has never been so hot. Investors are piling in as carrier profits take off to new heights. How long can it last?

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How to fix the container blockage

How to fix the container blockage


22 Jan 2021


Freight rates continue to spike as the box logjam worsens. Carriers tell Drewry how they plan to help repair the system.

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Will carriers fold a winning hand?

Will carriers fold a winning hand?


17 Nov 2020


Why container lines might not want a return to business as normal.

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Riding the waves

Riding the waves


16 Oct 2020


Container trade has been resilient during the pandemic as consumer confidence has been given a shot through government support.

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Drewry launches shipmanager Steering Group to power vessel opex benchmarking

Drewry launches shipmanager Steering Group to power vessel opex benchmarking
Drewry has launched a new Steering Group of shipmanagers to support development of its flagship Ship Operating Costs Annual Review & Forecast report and share best practice.

Acceleration in port capacity investment insufficient to support cargo demand growth

Surging container shipping cargo demand in the wake of the pandemic has resulted in a significant improvement in the global terminal capacity outlook, but this may not be sufficient to support forecast traffic levels, according to Drewry’s latest Global Container Terminal Operators Annual Review and Forecast.

Officer shortfall to reach decade high by 2026

02 June 2021: Diminishing attractiveness of a career at sea, coupled with rising man-berth ratios and continued fleet growth will lead to the highest shortfall of officers to crew the world’s merchant fleet in over a decade by 2026, with important implications for both hiring and future manning cost inflation, according to Drewry’s latest Manning Annual Review and Forecast.

Reefer container freight rates soar but remain outgunned by dry box rates

Reefer container freight rates have risen sharply this year but remain far outgunned by the inexorable rise in dry box pricing, according to Drewry’s newly launched Reefer Shipping Forecaster report.