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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

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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.

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  • 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)

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EU road safety plans ‘needed to go further’

Published: 08:30 Sunday 17 June 2018 Share this article

A new package of EU transport proposals that promise to revolutionise road safety in coming years has been welcomed by IAM RoadSmart. But the road safety charity believes that a ‘huge opportunity’ has been missed by not specifically including driver training.

The Third Mobility Package has been put forward by the European Commission. It includes proposals for new safety features to be fitted on all new cars being sold across the EU (see below). Road traffic accidents remain the biggest killer of young people in the EU – 23,500 people lost their lives on EU roads in 2017.

This means the EU’s vision of halving road fatalities between 2010 and 2020 is now looking tough to achieve. The commission has proposed a policy framework for 2021 to 2030 to respond to the new challenges in road safety based on the ‘Safe System’ approach. It aims for a more forgiving road system, designed to protect people from death and serious injury.

But IAM RoadSmart is disappointed the EU has not embedded driver training in its policy framework. Research boss Neil Greig said: “The directive and measures suggested here are very welcome, but as we often say the key to accident prevention is to stop them happening in the first place. It would have been very useful to have worked in a requirement for a graduated driving licence scheme that also includes a second phase of training post-test.

“New drivers are most at risk in the first six months of solo driving and many EU countries, including the UK, simply abandon them to learn from their own mistakes. “Saving people’s lives on the road cannot be left to the car alone. New technology brings many benefits but also requires new training approaches to ensure that those benefits are maximised.

Safer cars require safer drivers as well as safer roads to ensure the system delivers the excellent targets set by the EU for a further 50 per cent reduction in deaths by 2030.”

£4 million announced to tackle killer Shropshire A-road

Five people have died on the A529 between Hinstock and Audlem since 2012. Now Transport Minister Jesse Norman MP has awarded Shropshire Council GBP3,888,000 to spend on improving safety. Between January 2012 and July 2017 there were five fatal, 12 serious and 60 slight crashes on the road.

Along with the people killed there were also 16 serious injuries and 98 slight injuries as a result of the crashes. Steve Davenport, Shropshire Council’s cabinet member for highways and transport, said today: “This is great news and I welcome the award of this money that will enable us to carry out essential and much-needed safety work on this dangerous stretch of road. “I’m delighted that our bid, combined with lobbying the government, has been successful and I look forward to work starting at the earliest opportunity.”

The council’s bid for funding highlighted the need for changes at the Mount Pleasant crossroads and the A41 junction near Hinstock, where there have been a number of serious accidents. However, it also said that the problems with the road were not limited to those two areas, and that the entire route needed assessing. It stated: “While there is an accident cluster at the Mount Pleasant crossroads, the majority of the accidents are dispersed along the whole route.

This reinforces the approach of proactively addressing and reducing the known risks that could result in serious or fatal injuries along the route as a whole.”

Advertising Changes could include signs, shoulder rumble strips, shoulder sealing, roadside barriers, skid resistance, clearing roadside hazards, central hatching, traffic calming and a cycle lane. Specific measures are also planned to address the Mount Pleasant crossroads and the A41 junction near Hinstock.

The award was one of the largest from Department for Transport’s GBP100m Safer Roads Fund, which has been split between the 50 most dangerous stretches of ‘A’ roads in England. Councillor Davenport said the authority and their consultant WSP are now going through the detail of the announcement, and will draw up plans for the work.

Advertising It will involve various safety improvements at key locations on the A529.

They will include junction and visibility improvements, and better road markings and signing. The work is set to start before the end of March 2019, and will initially focus on the design of the scheme.

Police welcome funding announcement

Shropshire police today welcomed the funding announcement. Chief Superintendent Kevin Purcell, policing lead for Shropshire and Telford, said it would help improve safety.

He also moved to remind people about the dangers of drink driving. “We’re really pleased with the Government’s announcement to invest in some of the most dangerous stretches of A roads in the county, in particular in our rural areas,” he said. “Our Safer Neighbourhood Teams work very closely with our Operations Policing Unit to make our roads even safer and a lot of work has been done recently to highlight the importance of road safety, this work will continue and we will be supporting the Safer Roads Partnership drink drive campaign launched to coincide with the start of the World Cup.

“Drink driving is one of the four most likely causes of a collision where someone dies or is seriously injured and our advice is simply don’t do it. “During the summer months we also see more and more people going out on motorbikes and would urge motorists to always think bike. “Everyone has a part to play in road safety and by working together we can all play a part in making our roads safer.”

West Mercia Police and Crime Commissioner John Campion said the funding would help make roads safer. He said: “Too many people are dying or seriously injured on our roads, and it is excellent news that the government are making this a priority. The national investment in resources for policing and the significant progress so far is great news for our communities, particularly those in rural areas where the risks can be higher.

“I am also reassured by the progress of West Mercia Police locally, with extensive work around enforcement, and awareness to target and change driver attitude.

Road safety continues to be a high priority for me, and I will continue to ensure everyone is working together to keep road users safe.”

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