Storms and shipping surcharges are heaping misery on cargo owners waiting for freight on Northern Europe’s beleaguered inland waterways.
Over the past fortnight, wait times at Rotterdam’s barge terminal have more than doubled, to 77 hours and, while Antwerp’s congestion has decreased slightly, shippers are still waiting more than a day for any sign of their cargo out of the Belgian port.
SeasC4U’s Gunther Ginckels told The Loadstar he had been acting …
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Source: The Loadstar