Monthly Market Insight ·
Latest release 06 Oct 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.
Every quarter we publish a forward-looking and insightful analysis into the chemical shipping market. This report looks beyond the sector to assess the underlying market conditions and factors that might have a future bearing on this specialised sector. All quarterly report updates are accompanied by tables and charts in MS Excel format. This Forecaster annual subscription package now includes FREE Monthly Supplements.
Annual Review and Forecast ·
Latest release 27 Aug 2015
This recently released report dissects the complex products seaborne trade to reveal, for the first time, the individual growth trajectories of its main components – naphtha, gasoline, jet fuel (kerosene), gasoil (diesel) and fuel oil. Understand how the map of seaborne refined product movements has been radically redrawn in recent years to accommodate profound shifts in supply and demand for these products.
Container shipping lines are increasing their share of the seaborne reefer market, and are forecast to accelerate their assault over the coming years, according to Drewry’s latest Reefer Shipping Market Review and Forecast.
Contract freight rates paid by Beneficial Cargo Owners to move their products by container have increased for a 4th consecutive quarter, according to actual contract rate data from the Drewry Benchmarking Club.
International transport and logistics executives using container shipping are facing the biggest shift in their ocean provider base for 20 years, and must adapt their procurement and contract strategy, according to Drewry Supply Chain Advisors.