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Shipping Overseas Looking Good for 2011
The business of ro-ro transport is starting to heat up around the world and according to the latest news one international transport firm is currently looking into purchasing 10 new ships to help deliver international freight on time and budget during the weeks and months ahead in 2011 and beyond. Container ship owner Seaspan recently announced to the transport industry and the world at large that they have decided it's time to invest in 10 new container ships to enhance and keep current the international freight transport services they currently provide customers that need cargo delivered in a reliable, efficient and cost-effective manner as the international business of transporting cargo enters the second decade of the century of the environment in the world.

Sources over at Seaspan also indicate that at present the company is in negotiations with ship building facilities for an order of up to 10 new container ships that would carry up to 10,000 2-foot equivalent units each and a new design that makes loading and unloading operations of these new vessels, much easier to accomplish. Apparently, they're currently talking to Korean and Chinese shipyards about the possibility of constructing and delivering the containerships in question sometime in 2013, or 2014, according to sources in the ship building and international roro shipping industry.

International operators of container ships have been asking for a new generation of container ships in order to improve and enhance the business of transporting cargo across the world. This news seems to be in line with this desire and we can certainly expect more calls for better and more efficient container ships to continue into the years ahead.
Posted on 25 Feb 2011 by Momentum
Ocean Freight Companies Looking Good
Shipping a car overseas to destinations around the world could be more difficult during the months ahead in 2011, if the current belief of Paris-based SeaAxis is right about the future of international transport in the world during the year ahead. SeaAxis has just released the firm`s quarterly report on the future of container shipping during 2011, and beyond, and according to this company demand for container transport services could increase by as much as 10 percent during the year. The report released by this company believes demand for transport services in emerging nations and around the world could make it harder and harder for international freight shipping services to find the containers required to make sure cargo arrives on time and budget during 2011.

At the same time, there are lots of international freight companies and other sources that think the freight rates will continue to go down during 2011, by as much as 10 percent, according to sources. News that when tied to the belief that the demand for container transport services will increase during 2011, seems to indicate that the business of container shipping will continue to be strong throughout the year, according to these same sources. Great news for the business of international transport of goods to market, if correct, and news that will certainly have many transport firms in the business of transporting internationally smiling. We`ll of course have to wait and see if the predictions for the future are correct, before we can make a final comment, but hopefully sources are correct about the months ahead for the business of international freight transport.

Posted on 23 Feb 2011 by Momentum

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