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Manufacturers losing USD 100-200 per container

The container producers are losing upwards of USD 200 every time they send a new dry container into the market, according to a new study by Drewry. Maersk recently shut down two factories, though the shipping line and its peers could benefit from the development.

If a reason was needed for Maersk's abrupt exit from production of dry containers in 2018, Drewry is now ready with another solid explanation.

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