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Fedespedi presents its periodic analysis of the containerized shipping

In the first quarter of 2022, container traffic immediately a decrease of -2.4%

Fedespedi has published today, for the seventh consecutive year, the analysis entitled "Shipping companies: an analysis economic-financial - 2021 and quarterly 2022 financial statements" developed by its own Study Centre with the aim of examining the economic and financial performance of the main companies of navigation and which focuses on the results achieved by the company CMA CGM, COSCO/OOCL, Evergreen, Hapag-Lloyd, HMM, Maersk, ONE, Wan Hai, Yang Ming and ZIM.

The document of the association of Italian freight forwarders notes that 2021 was the year of recovery after the difficult 2020 marked by Covid and that 2022 should have been the year of confirmation of the recovery, but the outbreak of the conflict Russian-Ukrainian has brought the world of economics back into uncertainty, with a downward revision of the year-to-date growth estimates and effects on trade routes. In fact, the world traffic of container of 2021 reached 184 million teu with a growth of +6.6% compared to 2020; on the other hand, in the first quarter in 2022, container traffic fell by -2.4%, compared to the same period of the previous year.

The analysis recalls that the fleet available at 11 companies analyzed is equal to 2,880 ships, 46% of the total container ships, which rises to 56% including the MSC, first world carrier of the market that, unlike the other primaries competitor, is not listed on the Stock Exchange. Capacity total is equal to about 17 million teu (69% of the total, 86% with MSC), data that remain substantially unchanged compared to to 2021. The document also recalls that the companies involved in the three major alliances between the main companies of containerized navigation control 82.5% of the offer of capacity and 51.6% of ships.

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