Port executives at Southampton have defended its record in handling containers, after hauliers yesterday said they would be looking for price increases to reflect the higher costs of retrieving and delivering containers.
The call follows the switch of THE Alliance’s Asia-Europe services last April, which saw members Yang Ming and K Line leave Felixstowe for the south coast port – a result of last year’s alliance reshuffle.
Hauliers say their costs have also increased due to …
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