Posted on March 28, 2024

Earlier in the year, disruption to international sea freight caused by the Red Sea crisis pushed container rates to their highest levels in almost a year and a half.

The strongest price increases are probably already behind us after January, the avery price increase was only 5.9%
While the first week of January brought a dynamic increase of almost 87%, week to week, in the next five weeks, the average price increase was only 5.9%.

The Red Sea crisis brought a sharp increase in prices, recently, it has not had such a strong impact on sea freight; shipowners have become accustomed to the new reality.

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