Approximately 37.5% of imports to the US were contracted by non-vessel operating common carriers in first quarter 2016, American Shipper reports, citing data from Datamyne.

The first-quarter share is “a bump up from 2014’s share of 36.0 percent and a 10 percentage point gain over 10 years.” Dependence on NVOCCs varies among the top 20 carriers, ranging from 79% for United Arab Shipping Co. to just 4% for Seaboard Marine.

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