Posted on September 26, 2011

Although the monthly volume of container freight through China’s ports was the highest in history in the first half of 2011, growth began to slow down in the second quarter.  A shipping industry expert said that this was caused by a decrease in demand from overseas.  Growth in container freight volumes is expected to be around 10% for the whole year.

Volumes of fereight through Hong Kong rose 2.2% in first half of 2011, while Shenzhen freight volumes only rose by 1.9%.

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