The world’s first and only global source of container spot market freight rates on all the major routes. An essential reference for importers, exporters, freight forwarders and other industry stakeholders requiring up-to-date and independently researched container shipping cost benchmarks.
Our quarterly LPG market forecaster provides a robust evaluation and outlook for the market from a shipping perspective. It also provides the usual detailed assessments of charter market activity, freight rates and vessel supply and demand. All quarterly report updates are accompanied by tables and charts in MS Excel format. This Forecaster annual subscription package now includes FREE Monthly Supplements.
Monthly Market Insight ·
Latest release 04 May 2017
Arguably the most comprehensive assessment of the world’s maritime markets. Drewry Shipping Insight (DSI) was first published back in 1975 and continues to have a loyal following. Widely regarded as the industry’s primary reference.
Our quarterly appraisal of the global oil and product tanker shipping market, providing 5 year forecasts for the market, detailed assessments and forecasts of Product, Panamax, Suezmax and VLCC supply and demand, charter market activity, freight rates and much more. All quarterly report updates are accompanied by tables and charts in MS Excel format. This Forecaster annual subscription package now includes FREE Monthly Supplements.
Vessel oversupply will persist in the LPG shipping market for the next two years, keeping freight rates under pressure across most size segments, with any recovery being confined to smaller vessels, according to Drewry’s latest LPG Forecaster.
Recovery in the crude tanker shipping market is not expected until 2020 as weak trade growth and a bloated orderbook limit any rate recovery, with scrapping levels influencing the pace of any upturn, according to Drewry’s latest Tanker Forecaster.
London, UK, 8 May 2017 – Demand for methanol and vegoil will moderately support global seaborne trade, causing the shipping fleet trading in chemicals and vegoils to expand, according to Drewry’s latest Chemical Forecaster.