This is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the Containership?Fleet industry.
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This is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the Reefer Shipping industry.
The report provides a basic overview of the industry including definitions, classifications, applications ..."
BMI View: During the course of 2016, we expect the Japanese shipping industry to register steady y-o-y
gains across the country's main ports, with the port of Tokyo and the port of Nagoya to be the
outperformers over the next 12 months in box and tonnage throughput te ..."
BMI View: Over 2015, we once more anticipate that the Japanese shipping industry will be something of a
mixed bag. Whereas at the ports of Tokyo, Chiba and Kobe will see positive tonnage throughput growth this
year (5.1%, 1.6% and 2.8% respectively), the port of Yokoh ..."
3PL refers to the outsourcing of logistics and distribution activities by companies to logistics solution providers, known as 3PL providers. A 3PL provider is a company to which shippers (customers that transport goods using 3PL services) outsource a part or all of the supply ..."
BMI View: Over 2015, annual growth in the Japanese shipping industry is pencilled in to be relatively
mixed with year-on-year (y-o-y) tonnage gains this year ranging from 1.33% at the port of Chiba to 4.59%
at the port of Tokyo. The port of Nagoya, which will see grow ..."
News that the Japanese economy has emerged from recession thanks in part to a recovery in net exports,
should provide a boost to the country's shipping industry over the short term at least. Net exports provided a
major boost to headline GDP in 2014, driving roughly h ..."
In terms of the shipping picture in Japan, 2015 will see the port of Nagoya leading the way with tonnage
growth of 3.0% and containers handled growing by 2.8%, both numbers significantly ahead of domestic
GDP. Among the other seaports, Tokyo will also fare well, with ..."