Supply chain radar: Ocean shipping lunacy – something has got to give
It is akin to watching hyperinflation decimating a banana republic economy.
The new state aid train has not yet left the station. And whether or not it will, or when, is a massive sticking point for debt-laden Deutsche Bahn, Europe’s largest railway operator and owner of 3PL DB Schenker.
Whose latest sins are in check, all things considered.
No big fuss?
As supply chain pressure built in late Q2 ’20, DB Schenker swiftly turned confrontational, deeply annoying from the outset, one of its chief ocean freight suppliers – Denmark’s AP Møller-Maersk Group; the Germans ...