翻译：国际海事信息网 姜文杰 张运鸿
However, the London-based shipping research and consulting firm cautioned the report was completed before recent escalation in trade hostility between the United States and China.
Worst case scenario, as much as 1 percent of the world’s loaded container traffic could be exposed to tariffs, according to Drewry.
“The bad news for carriers is that they are unlikely to see the very strong demand growth rates of early 2017 for the foreseeable future,” said Simon Heaney, senior manager, container research at Drewry and editor of the report. “The good news is that while port handling growth may have peaked, they can still expect more than adequate volumes for at least the next two years.