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Intra-Mediterranean 2014 Container Trades

Dynamar's latest Markets and Trades publication provides a wide-ranging inventory and in-depth analysis of the regional container cargo and feeder routes within and between the West Mediterranean, Adriatic, Aegean, Black Sea, Levant and North Africa (Maghreb), i.e. six areas combined forming the Intra-Mediterranean trade.

Essentially, this study embodies a comprehensive assessment of the Intra-Mediterranean container trade with respect to its size (in terms of throughputs, volumes and carrying capacities), and an in-depth competition review (companies, services, ships, capacity analyses, liftings).

Some key words on the more than 2.5 million square kilometres Mediterranean bowl and the contents of this INTRA-MEDITERRANEAN CONTAINER TRADE report:

  • 46,000 km coastline

  • 24 countries/100 ports

  • 700 million population

  • USD 11,000 billion

  • GDP USD 5,300 billion value of trade

  • 6 intra-Mediterranean trade areas

  • 20 individual intra-Mediterranean trade lanes

  • 40 vessel operating carriers

  • 170 dedicated intra-Mediterranean services

  • 6 million TEU in one-way annual trade capacity

  • 15 million TEU intra-Mediterranean trade volumes

  • 192 tables, 32 fugures, 227 pages, 73,600 words

The extensive information in this study has been collected, researched, analysed and compiled over the period July/ September 2014 - statistics cover 3-year (carryings) to 5-year (throughput) periods.

PostPublication developments will be issued monthly up to and including March 2015. The report price includes a free subscription to those six updates.

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