Rising costs in Asia and supply chain disruption driving trend for near-shoring

Near-shoring has been slower than anticipated to pick up, but momentum is growing, with central European forwarders expanding eastward.
Frankfurt-based Quick Cargo Service has plans to increase its footprint in eastern Europe next year.
“We already have an office in Poland, we want to expand to neighbouring countries,” said CEO Stephan Haltmayer, adding that the move was being propelled by the forwarder’s clients.
“I think many companies are considering ‘do we have to source …

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