Posted on April 15, 2010

At the recent Global Liner Shipping Conference, one of the main speakers explained that shipping is facing a new era and will never go back to the ‘good old days.’  The first ever decline in global container port volumes – about 10% – took place in 2009, after years of steady growth in the shipping market.  He believes that markets in developed economies will continue to grow at a new, slower rate but that emerging markets have more potential for increasing freight volumes as their populations become wealthier.


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