Maersk idles more ships while NOOs see a rebound in demand
Maersk is leading the way in laying-up surplus tonnage while demand remains weak across the ...
“Our corporate purpose is long-term success, which we achieve through extensive organic growth. In this way, we provide security and stability for our employees and fulfil the needs of our corporate clients for innovative and unique products and services” – Atlantic Forwarding Group, Schlieren, Switzerland
A few days ago I delved into Kuehne + Nagel’s growing portfolio of receivables, aware of growing nervousness among my supply chain sources, many of whom have talked of a higher degree of stress in the daily love affairs between logistic companies and ocean carriers.
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