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Vehicle carriers profit from capacity constraints

Landside labour shortages have created inefficiencies in the vehicle supply chain, but with it improved earnings for owners and operators of pure car and truck carriers

Growing exports of China-made cars together with port congestion in key ro-ro ports have had a knock-on effect in disrupting fixed vessel schedules. This is stretching vessel capacity to the limit, creating significant increases in charter and freight rates

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