CNBC: Companies are betting on a demand rebound in second half of year, DHL says
CNBC reports: Spring has sprung for U.S. imports, and the trade that is being exported from ...
CNBC’s Lori Ann LaRocco writes:
– Peak season, the time of year when retailers start importing holiday items, begins in August and runs until October.
– Last year’s peak season trade orders were flat year over year.
– Logistics managers are hoping for a slight uptick in peak season this year, and back-to-school orders are trending higher, but the CEO of logistics company OL USA warns that a “normal peak season” may not return until Q3 2024.
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