No need for alarm as container lines return to the shipyards
Ordering discipline has contributed to stability in the container trades, but new ships will still be needed to meet demand up to 2050
Several leading containership owners are in talks with Chinese and South Korean yards about newbuilding programmes for vessels of up to 23,000 teu, but with the orderbook so low, a fresh injection of capacity in a few years’ time should not destabilise the market
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