It is difficult to predict if container shipping rates have reached bottom. Shipping rates are influenced by a variety of factors, including demand, supply, fuel costs, and economic conditions, and can fluctuate over time. In recent years, container shipping rates have experienced significant volatility. In some periods, rates have been relatively high, while in other … [Read more...] about Have Container Shipping Rates Reached Bottom?
The global shipping industry is currently facing a new problem – a surplus of containers. This excess of containers is a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has disrupted global trade and caused a slowdown in shipping. One of the main causes of the surplus of containers is the decrease in demand for international trade. As countries around the world went into lockdown to … [Read more...] about Too many containers
Maritime transport plays a significant role in the global economy, but it is also a significant contributor to greenhouse gas emissions. According to the European Environment Agency, maritime transport accounts for about 14% of total annual greenhouse gas emissions in Europe. Greenhouse gas emissions from maritime transport come from the burning of fossil fuels, such as … [Read more...] about Maritime transport accounts for about 14% of European total annual greenhouse gas emissions
Maersk lifts 2022 guidance as congested supply chain boosts rates https://t.co/I6V1w3W3ls pic.twitter.com/MUsdmsTMYh— Reuters Business (@ReutersBiz) August 2, 2022 … [Read more...] about Maersk lifts 2022 guidance
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The peak shipping season is hitting in the middle of one of the worst hurricane seasons in memory and economy downturn. Fares are already on the rise and new rules enacted by the International Maritime Organization threaten to slow the industry even more. The problems are acute for the smaller merchant fleet and will require immediate solutions to the coming crisis. After … [Read more...] about The maritime shipping industry is set for another rough summer