A new rail strike in Germany is intensifying European shipper woes amid concerns that supply chain problems will lead to a slowdown of production lines.
Members of the German Train Drivers’ Union (GDL) began a new four-day strike on Saturday, hitting Deutsche Bahn (DB) cargo and passenger services, the rail operator warning customers to expect just 25% of normal capacity, but assuring them freight would continue moving.
DB said: “After the first …
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