Are box lines finally becoming price setters?
In an unlikely bright spot for container shipping, ocean carriers are managing to stabilise freight rates despite a meltdown in cargo volumes
Price wars have been a feature of container shipping for decades as market share took precedence over profits, but as volumes head towards a 25% decline in the second quarter, freight rates are holding up
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