Antonella Teodoro is a transport economist who specialises in the quantitative analysis of the global container shipping industry including trade data and forecasting and container shipping cost and revenue modelling. A strong analyst and a chartered accountant who is used to working in an international environment, she worked as a business consultant in Italy before joining MDS Transmodal.
Ms Teodoro is a Senior Consultant at MDS Transmodal, working for public and private sector clients around the world on projects focused on container shipping, global trade and ports financial modelling. As MDS Transmodal’s specialist on container shipping, she produces MDS Transmodal’s regular white papers on the container shipping industry.
Latest From Antonella Teodoro
Despite a flurry of new carriers and operators on the trunk liner trades the established alliances have maintained their dominant market share
Analysis suggests that box imports into Europe and North America are no greater regionalised than in pre-pandemic times, while China’s dominant share of the global export market is waning as trade patterns shift in response to the supply chain crises
The timing of China’s energy crisis could not be worse. Global supply chains are in disarray and it is the start of the country’s crucial harvest season
Eliminating tariffs and non-tariff barriers that limit trade in ‘green’ goods, harmonising environmental standards of goods and services, along with removing market-distorting subsidies on energy and agriculture sectors, all have the potential to restructure global supply chains to be better prepared for climate change challenges
Deepsea non-Continental cargoes still outweigh UK trade originating to and from Europe, but more and more of this trade is being shipped in and out of the county via the shortsea services from the Continent
The shipping industry might be back to being ‘out of sight, out of mind’ but the domino effect of the Suez Canal blockage is only just beginning, with port congestion, new equipment shortages and delays in delivering goods to European consumers all seen as inevitable