Coronavirus triggers uncertainty about 2020 at Japan's ONE

Container shipping line ONE sees growing uncertainties in the time to come, as the coronavirus pandemic has taken big toll on demand for freight. The company is not yet ready to announce expectations for 2020, according to the annual report, which shows a profit.

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Japanese container shipping line ONE is not yet ready to present its expectations for how 2020 will develop.

This stance comes after a start to the year that has been characterized by significant uncertainty following the coronavirus outbreak, which has had a considerable impact on global supply chains, triggering a slide in demand in key regions such as Europe and North America.

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