Increasing liner concentration means an end to era of low freight rates and deep repercussions for entire industry, says Drewry
Across the maritime sector, from containers to tankers, from ship owning to ship management, market forces continue to incentivise mergers and acquisitions. Some pursue market share, others seek the scale and market capitalisation to attract long term investors, all are contributing to a changing industry. Lloyd’s List has the latest insights on the impact of consolidation on the wider industry and keeps a weather eye out for the answer to the all-important question: Who is next?
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