Air cargo shippers: 'think about transport before you manufacture'
Shippers will need to consider the lack of large aircraft during their manufacturing processes, warned ...
Two insurers have issued guidelines on how to carry heavy or oversized items at sea. Noting that it can pay to pay more, the guide warns against cost cutting, saying “the pressure to reduce costs is very high and …there is a natural desire to cut the shipping costs as far as possible.”
But it warns that unsuitable vessels or badly trained crew could cause the loss of the cargo altogether. A good backpocket guide.
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