Intra-Asia freight rates from China are soaring as forwarders discover “it’s not just Maersk” giving them the cold shoulder.
One forwarder in Shanghai told The Loadstar that 90% of container vessels departing China’s ports were delayed – bottlenecks in destination markets the main culprit.
He added: “After a period of soft rates for almost two months, sea freight prices have gone upwards again.
“The overall volume ex-China is less, but the overseas disruption …
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