Cosco's entry into S. America trade expected to further depress shipping rates

Brennan, Terry
June 1996
Traffic World;6/24/96, Vol. 246 Issue 13, p40
Trade Publication
Reports on China Ocean Shipping Co.'s (Cosco) entry into the west coast of South America trade in July 1996. Added pressure on depressed southbound shipping rates; Transshipment cargoes; Capacity of containerships.


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