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MSC Chief Executive sees bottlenecks and crowded terminals last well into 2022

Bottlenecks and overcrowded container terminals will continue for some time to come, says CEO of MSC Søren Toft. At Seaintelligence, it is considered impossible to predict when the market will normalize.

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It will take time to clear the current bottlenecks and overcrowded port terminals, says CEO of MSC Søren Toft.

Although the CEO recognizes the difficulty in predicting a normalization of the container market, he made an estimate during Global Trade Virtual Week on Friday.

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