More than 10% of global container fleet waiting for berths, vessel delays to continue – Maersk

By IM Staff
Published: Thursday, 28 October 2021

More than 10% of the global container fleet is waiting for berths to become available around the world, with effective capacity being "severely limited by port congestion," shipping giant Maersk said this week.

While all vessels have been deployed, 12.5% of capacity has been removed while effects of vessel delays continue to worsen, it said, quoting Sea-Intelligence Maritime Analysis.

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