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Pockets of the air freight market are continuing to see high rates, and volumes are ...
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The sea-air business via Dubai and Singapore is back up and running, as air freight ...
News / Sea-air services disrupted and rates soar as airlines suspend more flights
Sea-air shipments via Dubai and Singapore to Europe and the US have either been suspended ...
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