Moore Stephens: Ship costs will increase by 3 percent

According to a survey performed by analysts Moore Stephens, the costs related to operating a ship will increase by 3 percent over the next two years.
Photo: Maersk Line
Photo: Maersk Line

Based on answers from a a series of key persons in international shipping, Moore Stephens concludes in a new report that the prices related to operating a ship this year are expected to increase by 3 percent, while the year after that will see the costs of operating a ship grow by 3.2 percent.

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