Further evidence that Asia-North Europe shippers now have fewer booking options and must live with longer transit times than ever before came from new Alphaliner analysis today.
Notwithstanding myriad complaints from shippers relating to poor schedule reliability, blanked sailings and increased transhipment, the consultant’s data would appear to dispute yesterday’s assertion by the World Shipping Council that its members were offering “better efficiencies, greater port connectivity and higher service levels”.
According to …
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