DB Schenker is different from the others. It has some serious chutzpah – most recently evidenced by its Damco customer ‘supporting’ strategy.

But the audacious manner in which it tried to charm Maersk customers is not the only example.

Let’s start at the beginning, or near the beginning, anyway. Remember the air cargo cartel accused of price-fixing surcharges? When the airlines had to pay out more than $2bn and eight people went to prison?

Essentially, the airlines were trying to work out a fuel ...

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