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Transport Intelligence has just released its “Air Freight Rate Tracker: Q3 2022”. It writes:

Air freight rates are falling steadily as capacity constraints and increased costs from the Ukraine conflict are cancelled out by falling demand. As we move through Q3 and into Q4, Ti expects air freight rates to continue to fall further before stabilising once again.

Ti’s new Air Freight Rate Tracker provides a balanced and considered view of rate expectations for the coming year by quarter. Using current market data and industry sentiment, the report tracks key metrics across demand, capacity, sentiment and cost leaders…

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