Supply chain diversification a boost for ASEAN economies
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Liner schedule reliability is probably the greatest current challenge for shippers, according to an entirely unscientific recent sentiment survey conducted by The Loadstar and recorded on the back of a packet of cigarettes. In the wake of the recent container alliance jostling, it has been commonly accepted that worse-performing lines would pull down their more reliable partners. Not so says Agility pacific chief executive Chris Price, who argues that the commoditisation of the industry will force some to hit higher levels of reliability. Read it at the Journal of Commerce, which gives you five free articles a month in return for registering your details.
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