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Reefer cargoes, with their more expensive freight rates, used to be the darlings of the container sector. But the battle for capacity has relegated them to poor relations
Reefer freight rates have risen less dramatically than those for dry cargo. But equipment shortages, a lack of vessel capacity and supply chain congestion will take their toll next year
The deal ‘provides the group with the possibility of extending the refrigeration technology of marine cold equipment to other group logistics equipment, such as refrigerated cars and mobile cold storage,’ China International Marine Containers said
A lack of containers in the right locations is affecting reefer shipping as well as dry cargo. With cargo owners desperate for capacity, specialist vessels are getting a reprieve
Capacity constraints have pushed up reefer rates as shippers compete with dry cargo. Equipment shortages will keep reefer rates higher for longer than their dry equivalents
A full return to normal operations is expected by August 16, according to a ship agent
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