MPC executive says "boiling hot" container market will last for at least another two years

The container industry can expect a boiling hot market for at least another two years, predicts MPC Container Ships. The company has gone from the brink of bankruptcy to maybe becoming debt-free by 2023. As a result, the company might expand its fleet, the CEO tells ShippingWatch.

The red-hot container market will likely last for at least another two years, says CEO of MPC Containerships, Constantin Baack. | Photo: PR-FOTO

The strong developments sweeping through the container market at present will likely last for quite a while, says shipowner MPC Container Ships.

In an interview with ShippingWatch, CEO Constantin Baack now outlines the rollercoaster ride that has been the past year.

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