BlueWater Reporting issues report on Asia-ISC trade
BlueWater Reporting says it has issued a data-heavy report on the state of the Asia-India Subcontinent (ISC) trade which shows that container vessel capacity on the Asia-ISC trade significantly declined in 2019 amid weaker trade between China and the ISC.
However, recent trade collaboration efforts between countries in Asia and the ISC could result in increased trade and potentially spur carriers to deploy more capacity between the two regions again.
BlueWater Reporting’s latest report, “Asia-ISC trade on the mend,” looks at China’s merchandise trade imports and exports in terms of value with countries across the ISC for November 2019 and the first 11 months of 2019 in comparison to the corresponding periods in 2018.
Additionally, the report provides extensive data on container shipping operations between Asia and the ISC, including capacity trends, how much capacity each carrier deploys, and the services deploying the most capacity on the trade.
About BlueWater Reporting
BlueWater Reporting, an established research and analysis company based in Jacksonville, Fla., has an extensive database that offers various apps for users to track ocean liner operations. The apps each offer different types of data, ranging from the number of shipping services and carriers offering container vessel capacity on a given trade lane, blanked container vessel sailings on a specific trade lane, transit time data for container services and other liner services, and more! BlueWater Reporting also has an analytics department that provides in-depth reports, commentaries and charts on trends in the logistics industry.