As the ocean freight capacity crunch rolls on, Maersk has launched a cross-country rail service in India.
Running over 2,000km, from Kolkata, in the north-east, to Nhava Sheva port in Mumbai, Maersk put on the dedicated train service for one of the country’s largest exporters of iron pipes.
Maersk said using rail allowed it to “overcome the challenges of space availability and connectivity, at a time when exporters were looking for ways …
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Source: The Loadstar