Investigating the Asia to Oceania Trade
Posted Date: 30 Aug 2013
Out of the twenty five shipping services that allocate capacity from Asia to Oceania, the CSCL/OOCL… - AEA1/AUS1 allocates the most capacity for this trade. This service, which only goes between Asia and Oceania, has a frequency of seven days and operates with six vessels. This is represented in the BlueWater Reporting Capacity Reports, which also illustrates that a total estimate of 74,127 TEUs are allocated each week from Asia to Oceania.
Maersk Line's NZ1, which also made the list above, has more weekly available reefer plugs than any other service that allocates capacity from Asia to Oceania. Since this time last year, this trade has seen about a 10,127 TEU increase in allocated capacity for this trade.
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