As container shipping evolves, Drewry predicts survival of the leanest.
Ocean capacity remained relatively stable during the third quarter.
Temporarily extending storage is fair because marine terminals are gridlocked, port officials say.
Stifel notes that a 'solid summer' is giving way to slower growth, though wage pressure still is mostly a truckload issue.
The carrier experienced a 14.5-percent rise in activity when compared to September 2013.