Analyst firm projects significant capacity injection between Asia and North America

In the coming months, container lines are expected to add more capacity on vital trade routes between Asia and North America. This will lead to more bottlenecks and increased pressure on major container ports, according to a forecast by Sea-Intelligence.

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In the coming months, container lines will add more capacity on major trade routes between Asia and the US west and east coasts as a result of the substantial consumption boom in the US economy.

However, this will also lead to increased pressure in the container ports and additional bottlenecks, predicts Sea-Intelligence.

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