Drewry: Carriers lost 700 mio. USD in 5 years

2012 did provide a surplus for the major container carriers, but it was a surplus of just 280 million USD for all of them. According to Drewry, the accumulated deficit is at 700 million USD between 2008 and 2012.

The container carriers’ economic results in the last five years do not make for cheerful reading if you put all the years together. According to the British analyst firm Drewry, the major shipping lines have accumulated a deficit of 700 million USD in the period of 2008 to 2012.

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