Pinch points in supply chains have led to a surge in sea-air movements – but with the Chinese October holiday and Covid still looming, there is mounting concern that the spike will bring further congestion.
One forwarder said that, with the traditional holiday peak approaching, the impact of congestion in Bangladesh and Shanghai had been more acutely felt, leading to “urgent” efforts to source alternative modes and routes to market.
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