DMR Publish Latest Container Census Report

By George Backwell
Wednesday, July 30, 2014
Report Frontispiece: Image courtesy of DMR

Drewry Maritime Research (DMR) says it has just published it's latest Container Census report, providing a wealth of information on the container equipment market.

Key areas of analysis include:

•    Development of the global container fleet to 2017
•    Forecasted supply and manufacturing levels of new containers
•    Fleet ownership profiles, including geographical analysis
•    Extensive profiling of dry, refrigerated, tank and regional container fleets

DMR add that the report is also available as a subscription where the Container Cenus 2014 report is supplemented with 4 quarterly edtions of the 'Container Equipment Insight'. The Insight is published in July, October, January and April, and is only available exclusively to subscribers of Drewry Maritime Research’s Census and Leasing reports. The Leasing report is due in September 2014.

Covering critical information on container production and pricing, the quarterly Container Equipment Insight provides a unique regular update on the state of the market. Data from this subscription provides:
    •    Container Production
    •    Fleet growth
    •    Newbuilding prices
    •    Refrigerated newbuilds
    •    Container resales
    •    Container rental prices

To find out more: http://bit.ly/1s15tVq

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