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No quid pro quo from shippers during market turns: Sea-Intelligence

20 Jun 2024 10:04 AM GMT
Maersk had a potential loss in revenue of $15.7 billion during 2020-2023, ZIM gained over $4 billion

Schedule reliability only marginally higher than January 2024 levels

31 May 2024 12:07 PM GMT
Wan Hai was the most reliable top-13 carrier in April 2024 with schedule reliability of 59%

Red Sea impact: Schedule reliability drops to 51.6%

2 March 2024 9:23 AM GMT
CMA CGM was the most reliable top-13 carrier in January with schedule reliability of 54.7%

2023 schedule reliability up 19.5ppts; Drewry WCI down 4%

4 Feb 2024 5:30 AM GMT
Drewry World Container Index (WCI) declined four percent to $3,824 per 40ft container to the week of February 1, 2024

Red Sea Impact: Schedule reliability drops to 56.8% in December

30 Jan 2024 2:36 PM GMT
Evergreen most reliable top-13 carrier in December with schedule reliability of 63.6%

Red Sea crisis increases CO2 emissions

25 Jan 2024 1:29 PM GMT
A one knot increase in speed, from 16 to 17 knots, will increase emissions by 14 percent: Sea-Intelligence

Houthis launch 2 missiles, Biden says US attacks ineffective

19 Jan 2024 9:51 AM GMT
Red Sea crisis leads to 2nd largest capacity drop, says Sea-Intelligence; Drewry World Container Index up 23%

Schedule reliability drops in Nov, ZIM least reliable

29 Dec 2023 1:26 PM GMT
With 70 percent schedule reliability in November 2023, Evergreen was the most reliable top-13 carrier

Schedule reliability unchanged in October

2 Dec 2023 9:42 AM GMT
Maersk was the most reliable among the top 13 carriers followed by MSC and CMA CGM

Carriers' earnings drop to pre-pandemic levels

28 Nov 2023 2:00 PM GMT
COSCO reports largest EBIT/TEU of $289 in Q32023 followed by Hapag-Lloyd with $64 and HMM with $52

Carriers running out of time to bring down capacity

23 Nov 2023 11:02 AM GMT
Carriers are expected to announce a host of blank sailings to counteract supply-side growth

No sign of nearshoring as sailing distances increasing

10 Nov 2023 9:27 AM GMT
A side-effect of nearshoring would be shortening of supply chains but not so close to eliminate container shipments
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