Container volume collapse not as bad as feared
Transpacific trade and Chinese exports led the recovery in the second half of 2020, with the former reporting a 7.3% rise in box numbers come the end of the year
Box volumes on the trunk deepsea trades shrunk 1.2% in the past year. With initial projections pointing to a double-digit dip, container shipping came out of 2020 relatively unscathed in what turned out to be a fruitful year for carriers
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