The shipping activity for the top 100 Non-Vessel Operating Common Carriers (NVOs), measured in TEUs, decreased by 10% from August to September of this year, and decreased by 1.89% from September of last year. The decrease in TEUs seen this September more than offsets the 6.12% increase seen in August. Year-to-date, TEUs for all NVOs are up 2% from last year and up 43% from 2009 figures.
Out of the top 100 NVOs, 88 of them saw a decrease in TEUs for the month of September. All of the NVOs ranked in the top 20 experienced a decrease, particularly Worldwide Ocean Line, who had a large drop in TEUs at nearly 40%. Compared to September of 2010, Expeditors International Of Washington is still the number one carrier, although their TEUs year-to-date are nearly 5% lower. Seamaster Logistics and Hecny Shipping have nudged their way into the top 10 after previously ranking 11th and 13th one year ago.
About the 3PL News NVO Update
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