Feeder rates pushed down by major carriers

The ocean-going container carriers' decision to pursue their own feeder networks has sent the rates for smaller container ships into a drastic decline, says Ernst Russ Shipbroker.

The major ocean-going carriers' decision to increasingly operate their own feeder services has, since 2010, had a strong negative effect on the feeder rates.

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