Dynamar: Container ships getting busier in the Mediterranean

Container transport in the Mediterranean will become a bigger business for the around 40 carriers operating in the region, according to analysts Dynamar. APM Terminals stands to benefit from the development.

The second-biggest port in the Mediterranean, Port Said | Photo: APM Terminals

Container carriers will now be able to make even more money in the Mediterranean.

A new study of the region, performed by analysts Dynamar, shows that intra-Mediterranean container transports will grow to 15.6 million teu in 2015, and increase from 14.9 million teu in 2013. In 2017 the number of containers transported in the Mediterranean will reach 17.1 million teu.

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