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No sign of nearshoring, according to Sea-Intelligence analysis

Since the onset of the pandemic, there has been considerable focus on the concept of nearshoring, where production is brought closer to the consumers,...

Sea-Intelligence reports further decline in vessel utilisation

Blank sailings data, when put into the context of container demand data, can be useful in calculating the underlying capacity utilisation on the major...

Schedule reliability improves, Maersk and Hamburg Süd top rankings

Sea-Intelligence published issue 146 of the Global Liner Performance (GLP) report, which includes schedule reliability figures from January to September 2023. According to the analysis,...

2028 is earliest for overcapacity absorption: Sea-Intelligence

The market is heading into a traditional downcycle, as 2023 is seeing significant excess capacity being delivered, and in all likelihood, the same will...

Sea-Intelligence reports limited inflation impact on ocean carrier profits

During the peak of freight rates in 2021-2022, there was frequent criticism that the carriers' high level of profitability was a major cause of...

Relationship between container demand and global GDP: Sea-Intelligence

Danish maritime data analysis firm tried to analyse the connection between the global gross domestic product (GDP) and global container demand. Prior to the pandemic,...

MSC tops schedule reliability rankings in August

Danish maritime data analysis firm Sea-Intelligence has released a report about schedule reliability data of container carriers for January - August 2023. In August 2023,...

Sea-Intelligence reports major misalignments on ocean carrier carbon taxation

As we are around three months away from the implementation of carbon taxation (ETS) in the European Union (EU) and everyone agrees that this...

Change in US consumer behaviour hampers Transpacific trade

As the traditional peak season of the shipping sector comes to an end, the spot rate declines over the past two weeks are a...

Container lines add blank sailings to match supply with lower demand in Golden Week

With the upcoming Golden Week holiday in Asia in early October, as factories close, and container demand to and from Asia declines, shipping lines...
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MSC applies new prices from Far East to Europe

Swiss/Italian container carrier MSC will implement the following new Freight All Kind (FAK) rates from Asia to Europe. Effective as from 1 May but not...

Port of Antwerp-Bruges handles over 3.2 million TEUs in first quarter

The Port of Antwerp-Bruges said that despite the ongoing complexities in geopolitics and macroeconomics, its volume growth, primarily driven by a resurgence in container...

Port of Rotterdam achieves 10% CO2 emission reduction in 2023

In 2023, there was a 10% reduction in CO2 emissions at the port of Rotterdam compared to 2022, amounting to a decrease of 2.2...