Container availability drops across Asia prior to shipping peak

September 16, 2020 Gavin van Marle

New blog from container tracking and exchange platform ContainerXchange, with some data to illuminate recent reports of growing equipment shortages in Asia. The firm’s Container Availability Index suggests stocks of 20ft boxes has reached critical lows in Port Klang and Shanghai, although there is some good news in that supplies of 40ft and 40ft high-cube boxes are expected to increase in coming weeks in the Chinese gateway, at least.

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