Forwarders in China are reporting a sudden spike in demand for Silk Road rail freight, post-Ever Given.
According to Shanghai-based Marco Reichel, APAC business development director at Crane Worldwide Logistics, space on trains to Europe was already tight before the week-long Suez blockage.
He told The Loadstar: “We already had limited space in late March, and for the whole of April, and we now expect capacity to stay almost sold out until …
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Source: The Loadstar