Coronavirus could cost container lines USD 1.7 billion in revenue

Container shipping lines could lose around USD 1.7 billion in revenue due to the coronavirus outbreak, shows a new analysis by Sea-Intelligence. This will have consequences for ports and terminals.

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Container lines risk losing USD 1.7 billion in revenue due to the coronavirus outbreak, assesses Sea-Intelligence in a new analysis.

The analyst firm has examined the potential consequences of the virus outbreak for container shipping lines, which have continuously canceled a large number of sailings to and from Asia as the virus has spread.

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