Ecuadorian forwarders are fighting back against a “major trade risk” presented by what they call the “monopolisation” of the shipping sector, and unregulated container detention fees.
Speaking to The Loadstar at Fiata’s World Congress, president of Latin American forwarding association Alacat, Galo Molina Aguilar, claimed shippers were being “taken advantage of”.
“Not only are the carriers taking advantage of shippers by collecting fees for the detention of containers, they are failing to invoice separately …
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Source: The Loadstar