"The entire industry is exhausted. Customers, carriers, ports"

The extraordinary container market will continue throughout 2022 and most likely ease somewhat in 2023, says Dominique von Orelli, global head of ocean freight at DHL Global Forwarding. Queues and traffic pressure will depend on developments in US ports.

Dominique von Orelli, head of ocean freight at DHL Global Forwarding, sees pressured supply chains lasting into 2023. "The entire industry is exhausted," he tells ShippingWatch. | Photo: DHL Global Forwarding - PR

At DHL Global Forwarding, the extreme container market has triggered upgrades and growth across its business throughout 2021, with more to come in 2022.

Dominique von Orelli, global head of ocean freight at DHL Global Forwarding, doesn't see the current state of the container market abating anytime soon.

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