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Cancelled Sailings Weekly Insight

Weekly Insights

October 2020

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DSCA_Cancelled Sailings Weekly Insight

Weekly analysis of cancelled sailings

With carriers carefully adjusting their schedules to meet demand during the global pandemic, access to a regularly updated picture of service availability is more important than ever. We closely analyse our various service and schedule data feeds to provide a forward picture of anticipated market development - by alliance across the main trades, and to provide historical context include year-on-year comparisons in the weekly analysis.

 

 

As well as a summary assessment and commentary against each key trade lane, weekly updates include analysis of the following:

  • Cancelled vs Scheduled Sailings (for the last month)
  • A weekly ’forward analysis’ of cancellations for each main trade; Transpacific, Asia-North Europe and Mediterranean and Transatlantic
  • Capacity Availability Indicator (anticipating capacity on each trade over the next 4 weeks)
  • Effective capacity
  • Monthly year-on-year cancelled sailings comparison (2019 vs 2020), by trade lane and alliance
  • History of weekly Cancelled Sailings by alliance and trade lane (e.g. Week 23-42) - past 16 weeks
  • Vessel names and capacity for all trades (past 16 weeks)

 

Capacity Availability Indicator

To provide a snapshot assessment of each main trade lane, weekly report updates include a traffic-light indicator of available capacity. Various inputs go into this indicator, including cancellation numbers and spot rate development on that trade.

 

Trade Route Capacity Indicators


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Fast facts

  • Annual subscription
  • Weekly updates
  • Report tables, charts and graphs provided weekly in MS Excel format
  • Discount terms available to CFRI and BMC subscribers. Contact us for further information.
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Events

Multipurpose Shipping Market Outlook

Join us for a FREE Drewry online briefing at 0900 or 1600 GMT on Wednesday 28 October 2020 on the outlook for the multipurpose shipping market. Hosted by Susan Oatway, Senior Analyst for Multipurpose & Breakbulk Shipping and Martin Dixon, Head of Research Products.

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.