Unifeeder wastes a fourth of its capacity on waiting at congested terminals

Waiting time in major container ports like Rotterdam is taking a toll on Unifeeder, as the company currently wastes 25 percent of its capacity on waiting near congested terminals, says CEO to ShippingWatch.

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Heavy traffic around major container ports is taking a toll on operators that have been forced to redirect vessels in an effort to minimize waiting periods.

Unifeeder is hit hard by the situation since systems are dependent on maintaining a high speed, says CEO Jesper Kristensen in a comment to ShippingWatch.

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