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Sea Intelligence says shippers are right, container shipping services are getting worse

Fri. 3 Jul 2020
Danish maritime consultancy, Sea-Intelligence is reported to be in agreement with the European Shippers Council (ESC)’s Jordi Espin, who recently complained that shippers were paying more for a worse service.

Air freight showing signs of ‘structural recovery’

Fri. 3 Jul 2020
June’s 6% month-on-month improvement despite falling demand for PPE is a sign of the sector taking ‘its first steps to a structural recovery’, reports market specialist CLIVE.

Pandemic boosts China-Europe rail freight

Thu. 2 Jul 2020
BIFA notes that according to an article in the online publication Container News that April was the busiest month to date for China-Europe freight trains with 976 trains setting off during the month - a 47% year-on-year increase.

Virtual port tour breaks attendance records for Young Forwarder Network

Fri. 12 Jun 2020
The latest event to be held since the British International Freight Association (BIFA) relaunched its Young Forwarder Network attracted a record attendance for any event, real or virtual, since the YFN was originally launched in March 2019.

Ports association reveals impact of COVID-19 on global port operations

Tue. 9 Jun 2020
The International Association of Ports and Harbors (IAPH) has issued a new report, which gives an overview of the on-going economic impact of the coronavirus on global port operations.
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