Capacity constraints have tilted the balance of power in favour of the airlines, with shippers no longer able to pick up and drop carriers on a whim.
Because of the heightened demand – largely caused by surging e-commerce volumes – forwarders in the perishables sector are having to decide between signing block-space agreements or risking losing space.
And any hopes of carriers increasing available capacity are very unlikely, said one forwarder, who told The …
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