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PUBLISHER: Freight News (www.freightnews.co.za)

The liner trade trend to prop up demand by blank-sailing scheduled services has dropped off the data radar of research and analysis firm, Sea-Intelligence (SI).

According to SI’s latest assessment, longer-haul Europe-Asia vessel rerouting around South Africa, because of risk-heavy maritime traffic disruption in the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden, has resulted in an autocorrection of overcapacity in the liner trade.

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