All shipping has to do to beat air cargo to e-freight, is be nippier than a glacier
Dear ocean freight industry, News that the Digital Container Shipping Association (DCSA) is frustrated with the ...
It’s bad news for e-freight. According to IATA’s latest data, global penetration went down this month. To hit its target of 45% by the end of the year, it must rise by about 2 % per month. IATA is holding a free seminar, designed for SME forwarders, at the freight fest that is Transport Logsistics next week in Munich. And it has issued an ” industry call to action”.
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