Monthly Archives: September 2022

Container Prices Increase for the First Time This Year

For the very first time this year, global average container prices have soared. At an average of 5.4% for the 20-foot DC and by 15% for the 40-foot HC, this is quite a jump. However, in China, the average container prices as well as the leasing rates continue to decline – even after the country

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The Negative Impacts of Bottlenecks at Sea

When a bottleneck at sea occurs in global supply chains, it delays a whole range of goods, from food and beverages to consumer electronics. These supply chain disruptions are frustrating for consumers waiting on goods and the logistics companies in charge of shipping the goods. Bottlenecks at sea even contribute to higher inflation. But even

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