Rate erosion may be easing, but rock-bottom prices are 'not good for anybody'
The ‘jury is out’ on whether container spot rates have bottomed-out, but on the key ...
Take a big night out in London, a public event where all around you talk of Flexport’s Ryan Petersen and his crew. And then, in the background, a jumbo fundraising in the works that could easily end up being another fat cheque from Asia. We had it all last week, to make it a memorable November for the freight forwarding community.
On cue, three new, catchy appointments that give the new kid on the block a completely different taste in a competitive game where the ...
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