Cargo iQ, an interest group for quality standards in air freight, has denied suggestions that its processes help shippers cut out forwarders to deal directly with carriers.
A blog post published by Maersk Growth, the shipping group’s corporate venture arm, predicts “airlines are expected to move closer to the shipper” – one of the more controversial statements in the air freight sector.
Maersk is itself well on the way to cutting out ‘the …
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