Analyst firm predicts major rise in reefer rates

While the freight rates for both dry and reefer containers have skyrocketed over the course of the year, analyst firm Drewry expects the dry container market to flatten next year, whereas reefer container rates will continue to rise.

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When the earnings spree in the market for dry containers flattens next year, the freight rates for reefer containers, used for the transport of frozen and refrigerated foods, will continue upward, predicts analyst firm Drewry in a new report.

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