Market Overview

June 2011
Israel Shipping Report;Q2 2011, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p32
Industry Profile
The article provide an overview of the performance of Israel's container shipping sector. It notes that the development of ports to cater for the country's own trade needs and the absence of the ports' role in the transhipment market reflect the Israel's relatively small container throughput. It also stresses the high exposure of the country's exports to the U.S. demand when it comes to loaded goods throughput.


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