Annual Review and Forecast ·
Latest release 18 Jul 2019
Drewry’s comprehensive, new annual review of the container leasing industry. This new, annual report combines both the Census and Leasing Annual Reports previously published separately and includes a diverse spread of forecasts unique to Drewry. As previously, this report is also available as an annual subscription package with the Container Equipment Insight.
This package of the 2019 annual review and quarterly equipment insights provides analysis and projections of future container fleet development as well as container manufacturing and supply forecasts, including detailed analysis of the lease company rank and file, lease structures rates and financials, trends and forecasts for the lease and owned fleets and much more.
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.
Customised Real Time Benchmarking ·
Latest release 01 Jul 2019
How do your container shipping costs compare with your peers...? Our Benchmarking Club allows participating members to confidentially benchmark their contract shipping costs against their peers based on genuine, shipper-only, buy rate comparisons. Combine benchmarks and market intelligence with unique rate forecasts to maximise your procurement results.
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.
Manning costs have risen moderately over the past 12 months, checked by easing officer supply shortage, and are forecast to rise at a similar pace over the next five years, according to Drewry’s latest Manning Annual Review and Forecast.
Key US ports, leading global container lines and specialist car carriers will all be adversely impacted should the proposed US auto tariffs be implemented in the second quarter of 2019, according to an impact analysis published by global shipping consultancy Drewry.
The level of satisfaction concerning container carriers among exporters, importers, and freight forwarders falls marginally, according to the third annual shipper satisfaction survey of Drewry and the European Shippers’ Council (ESC).