MSC set a record for the highest single price increase in shipping history!
The increase in exports from Asia and the decline in exports from other regions have distorted global trade flows and caused congestion in the flow of containers. On the one hand, a large number of domestic companies’ export products are full of warehouses, and export anxiety continues to push up container sales prices; on the other hand, there is a serious accumulation of empty containers in the United States, the United Kingdom, New Zealand, Australia and other countries. The inventory of empty containers in some important ports is at a normal level. Times. The extreme imbalance between container supply and demand has greatly pushed up shipping prices, and it is expected that this problem may continue until early 2022.