Long Beach, CA (PressExposure) August 04, 2011 -- International shipping has evolved as a comprehensive and professional activity with plenty of opportunities available for commercial cargo movement as well as movement of household goods. The global economic gloom faced in the year 2009 greatly affected freight shipping China and as the result of which freight and cargo shopping saw terrible downturn. The fate of auto shipping in China was also greatly affected and things didn't actually turned out to be good. There was large scale reduction in China import goods in the western and European markets altogether. Europe and US were the primary importers of auto shipping and freight cargo to and from China, and during the great economic slump of 2010, the innate demand for international shipping reduced. The knock on effect on freight shipping company in China stayed for at least a year before it started to repulse back to normal. Auto shipping was the part of international shipping which was also affected a great deal and as the result the shipment of automobiles to and from US and Europe to China had the bad effect. The ministry of transport in China estimated that the availability of container services in the International shipping ports was marginally decreased by around 7% in the year 2009. The international shipping ports in China were able to manage only over 77 TEU, and the gross transportation went down by 9% during the same period of time.
In the subsequent years, the freight shipping China fell and the rate of fall was put at 15% during the initial nine months of the same year. The second largest international shipping port in China also suffered greater set back where auto shipping and including international cargo and freight shipping movement was reduced by almost 20%. It was seen that half of the freight shipping China was bound for Europe only, and since global economy witnessed the fall, there was massive reduction in the movement of cargo and freight to European countries. In the coastal ports of Quindío and Dalian, there was comparatively very little downfall seen in the container traffic as well as auto shipping. The frequency of auto shipping to and from US and Europe continued to enjoy appreciable movement during the troubled economic times.
However, in the year 2010 and subsequently the exports to US and European countries began to increase gradually and there was China began to become optimistic. The growth in the International shipping in China was slated to rise and as per the international freight trends the export business would like to increase substantially. This slated increase in the cargo and freight movement will play important role in the freight shipping China and help in more trading options. The year 2011 is projected to show greater increase in the international trade and auto shipping simply for the reason that more disposable income and credit is available in the Western economies.
International shipping in China is at the revival stage and the time is on the threshold when the trade will boost further.