North Europe’s freak weather has added more challenges to forwarders and shippers using inland waterways, with delays reported across the network.
Barge congestion in the region have hit a 13-week low, but with high water levels and flooded rail and road networks, delays are worsening for cargo owners.
Evofenedex’s head of collective bargaining, Pieter van Schaijk, told The Loadstar: “We have members suffering from blockages of the inland waterways in the direction …
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Source: The Loadstar