Rail services between China and Europe are growing fast, with the reliability, speed and cost looking increasingly attractive in the face of blanked container shipping services and very high air freight rates.
“The freight trains on the new Silk Road are well booked,” said Patrick Merkel, managing director of 4PL Prologue Solutions.
“Freight forwarders advise their customers to reserve capacities two weeks in advance.
“Rail transport between China and Hamburg currently takes only …
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Source: The Loadstar