A record-breaking Atlantic hurricane season has severely disrupted transatlantic liner services, adding to capacity shortage issues on the route.
Moreover, an acceleration in modal shift from severely congested US west coast ports to east and Gulf coast terminals has resulted in more berthing delays and last-minute call omissions.
Hitherto, bad weather has obliged transatlantic carriers to omit port calls on an ad-hoc basis, in order to recover schedules, but with no immediate …
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