News and Capacity Updates

THE UK SHORT SEA FREIGHT RORO AND LOLO CAPACITY ANALYSIS AND REPORT 2017

The 2017 edition of the UK Short Sea Freight RoRo and LoLo Capacity Report was completed and published in December 2017, in bound hard copy and pdf (electronic) formats. Market capacity at December 2017 is estimated to be equivalent to 16.4 million trailer/FEU units.

The comprehensive details and analysis of RoRo ferry, Channel Tunnel and container service capacity provision, by route and service, provides a perfect platform for strategic planning, service development appraisal and capacity utilisation analysis.

In the 2017 Report there are also short market features on UK Coastal Feeder Capacity, berth capacity utilisation and thoughts on Capacity relevant to Brexit negotiation outcomes.   

If you are interested in subscribing to the Report and require further information please contact Peter Baker.

THE IRISH FREIGHT RORO AND LOLO CAPACITY ANALYSIS AND REPORT 2017 

The 2017 Irish Freight RoRo and LoLo Capacity Analysis and Report was completed and published in April 2017 in pdf (electronic) and bound hard copy formats. Irish market capacity is currently estimated to be equivalent to 4.2 million units (trailers and FEU).  

The new Irish Report contains a comprehensive analysis and update on RoRo ferry and container service capacity provision in the market, overall and broken down into four sub-sectors; Ireland/UK RoRo, Ireland/UK LoLo, Ireland/Continent RoRo and Ireland/Continent LoLo.

In assessing the impact of Brexit the detailed breakdown and analysis of all of Ireland's Freight and Passenger RoRo ferry links and Container services (UK, intra-European, deep sea and deep sea feeder) is a key element  

ANALYSIS OF FREIGHT CARRIED:

Quarterly UK Port Statistics: PRB Associates working with UK Ports and Logistics is producing a quarterly analysis of freight movements through UK ports, providing the most up to date analysis as soon as the information becomes available. In addition to receiving the quarterly analysis subscibers receive ad hoc analysis, subject to request