It could become necessary to void more sailings between Asia and North America, if shipping lines are to reach a capacity level on par with last year during China's Golden Week holiday, writes analyst firm Sea-Intelligence.
The rising demand in the third quarter during the coronavirus crisis has made shipping lines increase capacity, but it could now become necessary to reduce it again on some trades.
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