Another rail strike in Germany to add to European freight troubles
A rail strike in Germany on Monday is expected to cause delays and rail freight ...
The troubles at the US west coast port of Portland rumble on. Ok, it’s not the biggest port on the coast –not even the fifth biggest – but there’s something about this dispute that is intriguing, perhaps partly because it has been so well covered by one particular local reporter, Richard Read. The lengths to which the port authority will go to keep its two remaining carriers, Hanjin and Hapag-Lloyd, speak of desperation to stay open.
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