Container carriers continue to cancel sailings due to coronavirus

The coronavirus continues to cause container shipping lines to cancel sailings, although to a lesser extent than previously, writes Sea-Intelligence. 1.9 million teu are expected to leave the market.

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The outbreak of coronavirus continues to pose a major challenge to container shipping lines and the value chain at large, but the growth of the impact seems to be slowing, writes analyst firm Sea-Intelligence.

Container liners have canceled a number of sailings in recent weeks, and although cancellations continue this week, the growth is less than during previous weeks.

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