Dynamar: Reefer shrinks to 60 percent in 2020

The size of the reefer fleet will be below 60 percent of the size of today’s reefer fleet when this decade is over. In spite of a rate increase success, ships will be scrapped over time, an analysis from the Dutch analysis bureau Dynamar shows, Lloyd’s List reports.

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The present reefer fleet will be considerably smaller for the years to come making it less than 60 percent of today’s size in 2020. This corresponds to 370 ships battling about the reefer container market. So Lloyd’s List reports based on an analysis carried out by the Dutch analysis company Dynamar.

The company underlines that the increase in reefer rates has been the cause of some optimism in the market.

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