Fewer transhipment boxes being ‘rolled’ as capacity returns to major trades

October 15, 2020 Gavin van Marle

Fewer containers are being ‘rolled’ at major ports, according to new data from predictive ocean container tracking data provider Ocean Insights.
It has revealed that the rate of container rollovers at the world’s largest transhipment ports has begun to decline as carriers have returned capacity to major trades – but the number remains significantly higher than a year ago.
According to Ocean Insights, the percentage of transhipment containers rolled at the world’s ...

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