Excess demand on container market almost gone

The strong ”excess demand” for container transport at sea, which has been constant since November 2020 and has secured enormous income for liner companies, is almost gone, according to calculations by Sea-Intelligence.

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The large ”excess demand” for container transportation at sea, which has lifted earnings among box carriers to record heights since November 2020, has more or less disappeared this year, according to calculations by Sea-Intelligence.

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