The Ever Given may be unstuck, and the canal unblocked, but the disruption is expected to last for weeks, forcing shippers to seek alternatives to avoid port congestion and delays – and some shipping lines are refusing any new bookings.
As a result, airlines and forwarders are reporting an increase in enquiries for air freighting ‘distressed’ sea freight.
“It will take at least two weeks to unravel this, if not more, with …
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