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Tanker Forecaster (Annual Subscription)

Quarterly Forecaster

April 2018

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Tanker Forecaster

Detailed market analysis and forecasts

Our quarterly appraisal of the global oil and product tanker shipping market.

  • 5 year forecasts for the oil and product tanker shipping market
  • Detailed assessment and forecasts of Product, Panamax, Aframax, Suezmax and VLCC supply and demand
  • Detailed assessments of charter market activity and freight rates
  • An appraisal of shipping finances, including pricing, operating costs and investment returns

All quarterly report updates are accompanied by tables and charts in MS Excel format. This Forecaster annual Subscription package now includes FREE Monthly Supplements.


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  • Annual subscription (single-site licence)
  • Quarterly forecaster report updates
  • Report charts, tables and graphs provided in MS Excel format
  • Free monthly supplements

News

Challenges and opportunities for the global port and shipping industry

Challenges and opportunities for the global port and shipping industry
Presentation given by Neil Davidson, Drewry Senior Analyst Ports and Terminals at the China Maritime Day Forum, 11 July 2018.

Higher container equipment prices to squeeze leasing rate returns

Container equipment rental rates and cash investment returns remain weak, despite last year’s recovery, according to Drewry’s latest Container Census & Leasing annual.

Manning costs rising on trade recovery and officer supply shortage

Cost growth returned to seafaring in 2018 and is projected to accelerate moderately, according to Drewry’s latest Manning Annual.

Trade wars threaten to derail container revival

The risk to container shipping from US-led trade wars is currently low, but potentially very damaging, according to Drewry’s latest Container Forecaster.

Events

Project Cargo Summit

Susan Oatway to discuss the heavy lift and MPV shipping markets.

TPM Asia

Drewry to discuss the growth of China as a buyer and the impact on freight rates, port infrastructure, and regional supply chains.

Maritime HR & Crew Management

Martin Dixon to discuss the outlook for crew costs and the implications of new technology.