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Deployed capacity drops sharply: Sea-Intelligence

26 Jan 2023 9:58 AM GMT
Capacity controlled by an increase in blank sailings to 35.8%

Demand likely to be weak in 2023: Sea-Intelligence

12 Jan 2023 11:30 AM GMT
When annualised against 2019, volume growth on NAWC saw contraction in Sept 2022 & the trend continued into Oct and Nov

Reliability continues to improve, MSC most reliable in Nov

30 Dec 2022 6:00 AM GMT
MSC, Maersk only carriers with schedule reliability above 60%

CNY 2023: Deployed capacity remains high, rates may tumble

22 Dec 2022 6:30 AM GMT
With shipping lines sitting on piles of cash, there may be another price war: Sea-Intelligence

Schedule reliability continues upward trend, Maersk still best

2 Dec 2022 4:39 AM GMT
Average delay improved once again, dropping by another -0.31 days M/M to 5.56 days In October.

Volumes continue to grow strongly on U.S. East Coast

24 Nov 2022 1:16 PM GMT
The Y/Y laden inbound growth in Q32022 was between 4-11%, and annualised growth was between 7-10%: Sea-Intelligence

Rapid ramp-up in Transpacific blank sailings

11 Nov 2022 11:15 AM GMT
There have been 34 additional blank sailings announced on Asia-NAWC and 16 on Asia-NAEC

Small carriers to drop capacity

3 Nov 2022 10:45 AM GMT
Non-alliance carriers managed to triple market share from around 5% to around 15% during the peak of the market.

Reliability declines in Sept; Maersk still the best

29 Oct 2022 7:30 AM GMT
With schedule reliability of 53.2%, Maersk was the most reliable carrier in September.

Vessel utilisation remains low, rates to be weak: Sea-Intelligence

21 Oct 2022 7:00 AM GMT
On Transpacific, utilisation dropped below 90% for much of 2022, becoming a catalyst for the freight rate decline.

Capacity increasing even as carriers step up blank sailing

12 Oct 2022 12:42 PM GMT
Even with 26-31% capacity reduction on Transpacific & 19-27% on Asia-Europe, rates continue to fall: Sea-Intelligence

50% congestion has been resolved, says Sea-Intelligence

5 Oct 2022 1:47 PM GMT
Physical shortage of capacity that drove freight rates up is no longer an issue.
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