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Drewry: The age of mega-ships is running out

Container carriers' economies of scale gained from the ultra-large vessels could be increasingly devoured by higher port tariffs and on-shore costs.

Time is running out in the "arms race" among container carriers and their efforts to build increasingly larger vessels in the hopes of achieving significant economies of scale and reducing unit costs.

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