Containerships weather Panama drought


Containerships are just about managing to maintain daily transit averages through the Panama Canal, while other sectors reroute

Capacity at the crucial route between the Americas has been reduced since March last year owing to low water levels caused by a delayed rainy season.

Monthly data from the Panama Canal Authority shows that while the total number of transits across all commercial shipping sectors is down, containerships are growing their share as other shipping sectors are increasingly bypassing the waterway.

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