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Greenfield projects back in favour with terminal operators

11 Aug 2022 11:20 AM GMT
Capex increased 31% in 2021 but operators now face challenges of longer lead time for equipment & rapidly rising costs.

Surplus containers manageable, says Drewry

14 July 2022 7:30 AM GMT
Global pool of shipping containers increased 13 percent to almost 50 mteu in 2021

Drewry says beginning of end for carriers' bull run

1 July 2022 7:00 AM GMT
Customers are not expecting any fix of U.S. congestion issues before 2023.

Smart container fleet to expand 8-fold over 5 years

24 Jun 2022 5:46 AM GMT
Drewry forecasts smart containers in global fleet will accelerate in five years to 2026 to reach over 8.7 million units

Seafarer wage rates set to increase: Drewry

16 Jun 2022 7:09 AM GMT
“Sustained fleet growth will lead to highest shortfall of officers to crew the world's merchant fleet by 2027.”

260,000 TEU not shipped from Shanghai in April: Drewry

19 May 2022 10:19 AM GMT
Equivalent to almost 26 10,000 TEU containerships that will have to be found as supply chains are reactivated.

Drewry's WCI drops 4%; spot rates continue rally, says Xeneta

24 March 2022 1:29 PM GMT
The World Container Index, however, remains 74% higher than a year ago.

Bunker rate up 20% in 1 month, freight rates showing mixed trend

4 March 2022 10:49 AM GMT
In Singapore and Fujairah, price zoomed to $904/mt and $918/mt, respectively.

Carriers have $130bn cash, shippers expecting more: Drewry

24 Feb 2022 1:39 PM GMT
Analysis reinforces view that elevated profits are due to higher freight rates, not higher volumes or more services

Drewry index down 2.9%; Chinese ports container volumes up 7% in 2021

29 Jan 2022 5:54 AM GMT
Drewry’s composite World Container Index (WCI) declined 2.9 percent to $9,419.50/40ft container this week.

Drewry lists out 4 potential disruptions for shippers in 2022; freight rates seen higher by 20-100%

14 Dec 2021 12:07 PM GMT
Relentless pressure, systemic global supply chain disruptions, port congestion, capacity shortages, breaches or near breaches of shipping contract...
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