Container shipping can see ‘green shoots’ of freight demand recovery
Some liner services are reported to have full ships again, container spot rates have stabilised, ...
This short piece, from the point of view of a transport buyer, will not necessarily make happy reading for carriers. It suggests that uncompetitive rates or poor service should lead to a change of carrier. But as carriers know, if customers want good service, they will probably need to pay a little more for it.
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