Emerging Severe Wind Patterns on Transpacific Routes Highlight Shipping Risk

Emerging Severe Wind Patterns on Transpacific Routes Highlight Shipping Risk

From October 2020 to April 2021, several high-impact container losses occurred on transpacific shipping routes. Over 2,733 containers were lost during that time; a 97.7 percent increase compared to the previous annual average for global container losses. These losses have brought to light emerging trends in maritime supply chain disruptions and have drawn attention to the severe impacts of container spills.  

Without adequate mitigation tactics, container spills can be catastrophic for businesses reliant on maritime shipping. Read Everstream’s in-depth report to learn more about how our Applied Meteorology team can track weather developments to mitigate risk while our Intelligence Solutions team can synthesize risk data to provide predictive and near-real time supply chain intelligence to help customers take proactive measures in anticipation of disruptions like container spills before they happen.  

Key Insights

  • An overview of the impact to specific industries along the Transpacific routes
  • Analysis and forecast of the weather patterns contributing to the risk of container losses  
  • Highlight on the additional issues causing container loses 
  • Recommendations to avoid and mitigate the risks 

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To visualize how this event is impacting your network using the Everstream Analytics intelligence solutions, applied meteorology, or network planning be sure to contact us now.

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