Air cargo volumes are considerably down on a year ago, but trucks are having to wait longer at large US airports to collect imported freight.
Forwarders also face earlier cut-offs for their exports to make it onto departing flights at large gateways.
“We’ve seen this mainly in the big gateways, like Los Angeles, Chicago and Dallas,” reported Bob Imbriani, senior vice-president international at Team Worldwide.
“I hear LA is a disaster,” one airline …
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