Container lessors are enjoying a purple patch, as demand remains strong, driven by solid growth in global container trades and shipping lines opting to hire equipment rather than buy.
In its latest review of the market, Drewry says the move by carriers towards leasing boxes and away from ownership “continues unabated”.
“Leasing companies accounted for 55% of container purchases in 2017, which continues the trend seen for most of this decade. With the …
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Source: The Loadstar