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La congestión portuaria mundial tendrá incidencia hasta 2023

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La pandemia por COVID-19 trajo consigo afectaciones a gran escala que han incidido en el desarrollo de diferentes áreas como economía y exportaciones, a ello se le suma el actual conflicto entre Rusia y Ucrania, donde “el brote de COVID-19 ha alargado los tiempos de entrega de los barcos desde 2020, elevando los costos de flete, mientras que el conflicto entre Rusia y Ucrania y los confinamientos en Shanghái se han sumado a las interrupciones de la cadena de suministro este año”, según América Economía.

Actualmente está presente el fenómeno de la congestión portuaria y hace referencia a los factores que más condicionan la evolución de los fletes, afectando el tráfico de las importaciones, en ese sentido “la congestión portuaria global continuará al menos hasta principios de 2023 y mantendrá elevadas las tarifas de flete al contado, dijeron este miércoles ejecutivos de logística, instando a los fletadores a cambiar a contratos a largo plazo para administrar los costos de envío”, según opiniones de expertos recogidas por América Economía .

“Creemos que las congestiones actuales, no solo en los puertos sino también en la infraestructura terrestre, estarán allí al menos hasta el primer trimestre de 2023”, dijo Peter Sundara, jefe de productos de carga marítima global para la división de logística global de Visy Industries, opinión recogida en esta investigación.

Según datos proporcionados por el Sitio Web Cadena de Suministros “la capacidad de la flota atrapada en puertos congestionados acabó el año pasado en 11,1%, frente al 2,3% de 2019, e incluso se ha llegado a colocar en un 12,7% a comienzos de 2022”.

¿Se puede hacer algo al respecto?

Sin duda alguna la congestión en los principales puertos del mundo afecta directamente al sector marítimo en ese sentido S&P Global Platts Bunker and Shipping Summit aseguró que “si bien se podrían agregar más buques a la flota mundial el próximo año, esto no significa que las tarifas de flete caerán ampliamente, ya que depende de cómo los transportistas asignen las mayores capacidades de los buques”.

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