ONE expects 2021 to be characterized by major uncertainty

Strong demand ensured solid progress and a billion-dollar profit for container line ONE in its staggered fiscal year 2020. The coronavirus pandemic is cause for great uncertainty about this year's outlook.

Photo: PR / Ocean Network Express

Container shipping company Ocean Network Express (ONE) is hesitant to announce its guidance for 2021, citing the continued uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

The company makes the announcement during a presentation of the group's staggered fiscal report, in which strong demand in the container market results in a hefty billion-dollar profit of USD 3.5 billion on its bottom line.

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