MSC capacity from the Caribbean to North America
Posted Date: 18 Nov 2013
The above chart, taken from the BlueWater Reporting’s Trade Route Deployment Report, shows MSC's steady increase in weekly allocated capacity between the trade regions Caribbean to North America over the last two winter and summer seasons.
In the past, MSC has allocated most of its capacity between the trade regions during the summer seasons. Allocating 10,019 TEUs in October 2011, MSC decreased capacity during the winter season to 9,459 TEUs in January 2012 while in the beginning of May 2012 MSC slightly increased capacity from 9,646 TEUs to end the summer allocating a capacity of 12,081 TEUs in August 2012.
Although capacity fell to 10,453 TEUs for October 2012, capacity between the regions increased over the year. By January 2013, 11,626 TEUs were being allocated weekly, falling slightly to 10,081 TEUs in May 2013 before rising to a max of 13,082 TEUs for both June and July 2013, and decreasing to 11,434 TEUs for August 2013.
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