Drewry: Prices on terminals back to normal

The prices on port terminals were way too high and artificially inflated ahead of the financial crisis, according to one of the world’s leading analysts of shipping and port operations. The pricing is now returning to its “normal” level.

During several years leading up to the financial crisis of 2007 and 2008, the prices on port and terminal businesses reached an exceptionally high and artificial level, to such a degree that it approached an actual price bubble, says Drewry, a leading analyst in shipping and port operations, to ShippingWatch.

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