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Cargo Shipping Market Industry Overview, Trends and Growth Opportunities Forecasted till 2023

“Cargo Shipping Market” Cargo Shipping Market by Cargo Type, by Industry, by Region – Forecast to 2023 Market research future published a raw research report on Global Cargo Shipping Market[1] that contains the information from 2017 to 2023.

The cargo shipping is expected to grow with the CAGR of approximately 3.45% from 2017 to 2023. Taste the market data and market information presented through more than 85 market data tables and figures spread in 118 numbers of pages of the project report. Avail the in-depth table of content TOC & market synopsis on “Global Cargo Shipping Market Information from 2017 to 2023

Receive Sample [email protected] https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/3165[2] The factors which are expected to boost the global cargo shipping market include trade liberalization and increasing investment in port infrastructure. Furthermore, Urbanization has been one of the most important driving forces for global cargo shipping market in recent years.

Cities are consuming the majority of global power and resources, while generating major chunk of GDP. Urbanization often supplements and facilitates economic shift from agriculture to manufacturing, industrial production and services. These activities tend to demand clusters of labor and capital, thereby boosting demand for seaborne trade.

However, high cost of buying new bigger container ships with further task to fill them in a saturated and competitive market is one of the major restraints of the market, which has started to consolidate the industry. The global cargo shipping market is expected to grow over the CAGR of around 3.45% during the period 2017 to 2023. The report has analyzed the market based on the three segments, namely cargo type, industry and region.

On the basis of cargo type, the market is segmented as container cargo, bulk cargo and general cargo. Among these, container cargo accounted for the largest market share due to increasing adoption of container transportation to transport goods, which also acts as a major driver for the cargo shipping market in both developed and developing countries. Furthermore, the increasing investments in port infrastructure, global supply & demand cycle are expected to boost the container transport.

In 2016, Asia-Pacific has accounted for the largest share for container transport segment followed by Europe. Access Report Details @ https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/reports/cargo-shipping-market-3165[3] Based on industry, the market is bifurcated as food, manufacturing, oil & ores, electrical & electronics.

In which, food is expected to dominate the market during the forecast period owing to factors such as economic growth and development, thereby directly increasing commodity consumption, which further drives the cargo shipping market. Ask for your specific company profile and country level customization on reports.

  • A.P. Moller-Maersk Group (Denmark)
  • Mediterranean Shipping Company S.A. (Switzerland)
  • Panalpina World Transport (Holding) Ltd. (Switzerland)
  • CMA-CGM SA (France)
  • DHL Global Forwarding (Germany)
  • China COSCO Holdings Company Limited (China)
  • Nippon Express Co., Ltd. (Japan)
  • Deutsche Bahn AG (Germany)
  • Hapag-Lloyd AG (Germany)
  • Panalpina Welttransport Holding AG (Switzerland)

This research report has provides the insights, on various levels of analyses such industry analysis, market share analysis leading market players and their profiles.

This report also helps in studying the target segments by providing views on emerging & high-growth segments and market conclusion. Together the market data comprise and discuss with the basic assessments on the competitive scenarios & strategies, of the global cargo shipping market, including the high-growth regions, countries and their political, economic and technological environments. Furthermore the project report also provides the views over the historical market values as well as, pricing and cost analysis of the same.

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MIA Named Best Airport in North America for Cargo Logistics

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Airport recognized at Asian Freight, Logistics and Supply Chain Awards in Shanghai

MDAD Trade and Logistics Chief Emir Pineda accepts MIA’s AFLAS award for Best Airport in North America On May 15, Miami International Airport was named Best Airport in North America at the 2018 Asian Freight, Logistics and Supply Chain (AFLAS) Awards[1] ceremony in Shanghai, in recognition of its excellence in the global air cargo sector over the past year. The awards program, hosted and organized annually by industry publication Asia Cargo News, recognized leading cargo logistics service providers including air and shipping lines, air and seaports, and other associated industry professionals.

The nomination and voting process, according to Asia Cargo News, allowed more than 10,000 readers and e-news subscribers of the publication to determine the leading organizations in the market and then select the winners – making the award results from the opinion of service users rather than a panel of judges. MIA was chosen from a group of four finalists that also included Chicago O’Hare International Airport, Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, and Vancouver International Airport. “Congratulations to MIA for receiving more well-deserved recognition because of its world-class cargo operations,” said Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos A.

Gimenez. “Miami-Dade County is incredibly fortunate to have America’s busiest international freight airport – and one of the world’s top 10 – within our community.” MIA achieved its best year ever for freight tonnage in 2017, with 2.24 million total tons – a three-percent increase over 2016. The airport benefitted from four new international cargo carriers launching service last year: Etihad Cargo began weekly freighter flights between Miami, Amsterdam and Abu Dhabi in November; TACA Peru began four weekly freighter flights from five South American cities in August; Mexico-based Aeronaves TSM commenced 10 weekly flights from Cancun in March; and Qatar Airways launched two weekly cargo flights from Doha, with stops in Luxembourg, Sao Paulo, Buenos Aires, Quito, and Liege, last February.

Most recently, Southern Air began weekly all-cargo service between Hong Kong and MIA via Anchorage last month, and Skybus launched weekly cargo service to Peru in January. In the last two years, MIA has introduced a host of innovative cargo initiatives, including approval by the U.S. Department of Commerce to designate the airport land parcel as a Foreign Trade Zone[2] magnet site; the formation of an e-commerce task force workshop[3] with local air cargo industry stakeholders, with the goal of establishing Miami-Dade County as one of the world’s leading e-commerce hubs; Florida’s first-ever ocean-to-air perishables trans-shipment program[4] last February, which allows perishable freight from local seaports to be trucked to MIA and depart by air without Customs duties; and MIA’s pharma hub[5] designation by the International Air Transport Association (IATA), which certifies that pharma products are transported in accordance with global best practices.

“It is an honor to be named Best Airport in North America by the readers of Asia Cargo News, especially given the caliber of the other airports shortlisted for this award,” said Miami-Dade Aviation Director Lester Sola. “We are proud to be an example of excellence in the air cargo sector, and we look forward to strengthening trade and commerce even more within our world region.” Written by leading transport and cargo industry journalists, Asia Cargo News is a vital source of intelligence for cargo, logistics and supply chain companies located in and doing business in Asia. The newspaper includes a range of in-depth features, news, and analysis designed to meet the information needs of industry decision-makers.

“Thousands of shippers and industry experts have voted, making the results a true reflection of industry expertise,” said Asia Cargo News publisher Darren Barton. “The response was overwhelming.”

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Delhi HC raps government over road transport for disabled

The high court bench refused to agree with the government’s submission that 10 per cent of the buses have to be disabled-friendly. New Delhi: The Delhi high court has rapped the AAP government for “not taking a single step for ensuring accessible transport to disabled people in the capital and restrained it from procuring standard-floor buses as it impedes their mobility. A bench comprising Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Justice C.

Hari Shankar observed that the government and the Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) were treating the disabled as “non-existent”. The court also made it clear that it was passing an interim order and it would take a final view on the matter after hearing all parties. “Procuring buses, which are inaccessible to the disabled infracts the mandate of the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2016 and the imperative and repeated SC directions not only is impermissible, but reflects the apathy and indifference to environmental degradation.

It is an infringement of rights of Delhiites under Article 21 of the Constitution of India, to a clean and healthy environment,” the bench said. It refused to agree with the government’s submission that 10 per cent of the buses have to be disabled-friendly and said it shows that “they are bent upon treating the disabled as non-existent., or, in any case not having any rights. “The respondents have not even conceptualised, let alone, bothered to take a single step toward ensuring accessible transport in Delhi.

This submission shows the reluctance of the respondents to acquire accessible transport,” the HC said.

It said the government’s decision to go ahead for standard floor buses was in violation of the “harmonious norms and space standards for barrier-free built environment for people with disabilities and the aged” and also violates the right to the residents’ road safety.

“The move to press ahead for the buses rests on the consideration that since 2011, no public bus tender has been awarded by the government, reflects its lack of concern for people with disabilities”.

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