Charter cost has tripled for Unifeeder compared to last year

Although the upturn in the market is having a positive effect on Unifeeder's results, it has become significantly more difficult for the carrier to charter enough vessels in order to keep up with demand. "It hasn't just become significantly more expensive, but significantly with a capital S," says Unifeeder CEO Jesper Kristensen to ShippingWatch.

"We could easily use more vessels if there were any," says Unifeeder CEO Jesper Kristensen on the topic of market demand. | Photo: PR-FOTO

Feeder line Unifeeder had a rough start to 2020, but the subsequent upturn on the container market helped boost the results.

However, the development on the container and feeder markets is not exclusively positive for the company. It has come with its own challenges for Unifeeder, which doesn't own vessels of its own, says CEO Jesper Kristensen in an interview with ShippingWatch.

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