The Global Container Shipping in Q1 of 2014

TOP NEWS / September 18, 2014

So far, the market data for Container shipping in 2014 are not encouraging, for instance we have:

  • The growth of global container shipping around 4%.
  • The growth of fleet less than 6.5%.
  • Demolition of Freight rates, especially on Asia -Europe trade lanes.

By this brief recording is obvious that the container shipping is trapped in a vicious cycle of continuous decline due to the inability from both European and some developed countries to recover after the deep financial crisis that broke out worldwide in 2008.

The given situation requires an appropriate deal with all market players, reviewing the macroeconomic context, supply and spot market.


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