Drewry's World Container Index increased 7% to $5,117 per 40ft container this week and routes from Shanghai increased between 3% and 11% this week.
  • The composite index increased 7% to $5,117 per 40ft container this week and has increased 233% when compared with the same week last year.
  • The latest Drewry WCI composite index of $5,117 per 40ft container is 260% more than average 2019 (pre-pandemic) rates of $1,420.
  • The average composite index for the year-to-date is $3,510 per 40ft container, which is $768 higher than the 10-year average rate of $2,742 (which was inflated by the exceptional 2020-22 Covid period).
  • Freight rates from Shanghai to Rotterdam increased 11% or $690 to $6,867 per feu. Similarly, rates from Shanghai to Los Angeles grew 7% or $416 to $6,441 per 40ft box. Likewise, rates from Shanghai to New York rose 3% or $253 to $7,552 per 40ft container. Also, rates from Rotterdam to Shanghai and Shanghai to Genoa increased 2% to $672 and $7,029 per feu respectively. Conversely, rates from New York to Rotterdam and Rotterdam to New York decreased 1% to $633 and $2,093 per 40ft box respectively. Meanwhile, rates from Los Angeles to Shanghai remain stable. Drewry expects that freight rates from China will continue to rise next week due to congestion issues at Asian ports.

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