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10.28.2022
Ship emission norms, war in Europe & demand slowdown cloud predictability of ocean freight rates: DB Schenker

It has been an eventful nine months in 2022 for the supply chain industry. Ocean freight rates reached unprecedented highs as supply chain disruptions continued to roil the industry. Prices are finally cooling down, but still continue to be very high and are nowhere close to the 2019 levels. Will ocean freight rates continue to soften or will it rise again? What will be the impact of a looming recession, the conflict in Europe and a new set of regulations that kicks in early next year to rein in carbon emissions from ships?

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12.06.2021
Cargoes are not accepted: what is happening at ports and how this will affect prices

The restructuring of global supply chains has caused a collapse in the Far East. Experts believe that the problem will not be resolved quickly and consumers will face shortages of goods and price rises.