Posted on September 6, 2021

Global sea freight has been severely disrupted by the Covid crisis. It is now recovering and prompting an increase in new container ship orders as the industry struggles with a shortage of vessels.

Shipping companies, which are charging much higher freight prices, are investing in expanding their fleets.

New shipping capacity is expected to achieve a record-matching level by 2023, as the post-pandemic recovery gathers speed.

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