Container Terminal Capacity Expansion getting Impacted : Drewry

LONDON: Container terminal capacity expansion in the next five years has fallen to not much more than 10% of existing capacity, the lowest proportion ever, according to shipping consultancy Drewry. The key factors impacting investment in new projects are lower returns on investments and increasing risks from both the industrial and geopolitical perspectives. The prospects
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LONDON: Prospects for the once ailing multipurpose shipping fleet have improved amid a surging growth in renewable energy generation and a construction boom in South East Asia. In its report, shipping consultancy Drewry said that it remains “cautiously optimistic on the outlook for the sector,” as there are some caveats to this optimism. Global general
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Tanker owners are gearing up for the seasonal surge in global demand for oil in the fourth quarter of 2018, which coincides with the entrance into force of US sanctions on Iran. Iranian companies that are facing the new wave of sanctions following the 180-day wind-down period ending on November 4, 2018 are the National Iranian
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LONDON: It has been a tough year for carriers plying their trade on the key Asia to North Europe corridor as demand growth that has been evident elsewhere simply refuses to come, shipping consultancy Drewry said. After seven months of the year Westbound volumes from Asia to North Europe were down by 1% following lacklustre
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It has been a tough year for carriers plying their trade on the key Asia to North Europe corridor as demand growth that has been evident elsewhere simply refuses to come, shipping consultancy Drewry said. After seven months of the year westbound volumes from Asia to North Europe were down by 1% following lacklustre demand in
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LONDON: Drewry maintains a positive outlook on the dry bulk market and expects charter rates to improve from current levels, driven by moderate increases in vessel demand and low growth in vessel supply as a result of restrained new ordering and a thin orderbook, according to the latest edition of the Dry Bulk Forecaster, published
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LONDON: Rising Asia to Mediterranean freight rates might not last long as economic crisis engulfs Turkey, Europe’s fifth largest importer of goods from Asia, according to Drewry’s latest weekly insight. As explained, the Asia to Europe trade lane has experienced difficulties this year, but the weakness was largely confined to the North Europe region in
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While there may be clouds on the horizon in the form of tariff and trade war fears, economic fundamentals are likely to win-out in the long run, according to the Global Container Terminal Operators Annual Review and Forecast 2018 by global shipping consultancy Drewry. Against this positive picture near term container port capacity expansion will
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LONDON: The medium term outlook for global container port demand growth is positive thanks to strong underlying economic momentum across the World’s major economies. While there may be clouds on the horizon in the form of tariff and trade war fears, economic fundamentals are likely to win-out in the long run, according to the Global
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LONDON: The “sudden decline” in container shipping demand had less to do with prospects of a Sino-American trade war and more to do with oversupply in the Asia-US East Coast market, according to Drewry. “It is tempting to view every service suspension through the prism of the brewing trade war between the US and China,”
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