The mega-large container ships and the smaller feeder vessels dominate the global container fleet to a growing extent, at the cost of the medium-sized ships.
"We are seeing a bifurcation of the fleet composition into large vessels designed for the main deep-sea trades, and smaller vessels designed for a combination of intra-regional short-sea trades and feeder services," writes analyst form Sea-Intelligence.
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