Retailers warn of challenging orderbooks amid continued high inventory
Confidence in the freight market that retailers are approaching satisfactory inventory levels may be too ...
I’ve been back in Switzerland for a week now, and our industry keeps spinning.
The first Asia-Europe rates in the 3-digits-per-40’ are flying around, apparently driven by our friends at Maersk who seem to have woken up and noticed the massive loss of market share – and are now trying to buy back the favour of forwarders. Meanwhile anecdotally, demand remains weak in March so far, but most projections for the year still see about 1.4% market growth in volumes globally ...
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