Box terminal capacity expansion plans sunk by ripples from Covid

August 7, 2020 Sam Whelan

New container port capacity will be scarce, on the back of the Covid-19 throughput fallout, according to Drewry.
As terminal operators around the world struggle for volumes amid blanked sailings, the analyst forecasts container port capacity expansion will; contract by at least 40% over the next five years.
While capacity is still projected to grow 2.1% during the period, an additional 25m teu a year, this is well below the capacity growth ...

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