Shortage of Project Cargo Ships

Tuesday, May 13, 2008

According to CNA, exporters of industrial products are being advised by international buyers they are missing opportunities in selling their goods abroad because of a shortage of suitable vessels to make deliveries on time.
This is the sober assessment of a project cargo manager at Dependable Global Express (DGX), following a review of shipping conditions for over-sized, heavy-weight cargo.

It is said that the demand for ships suitable to carry this kind of freight, known as project cargo, is at record levels.
Source:  CNA

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