Transpacific carriers have reacted to a robust demand outlook and record container spot rates by deploying extra loaders on the tradelane.
With October advance vessel load data for the port of Los Angeles running 30% to 34% higher than last year, carriers are also looking at more permanent network upgrades on the route.
According to an assessment by Alphaliner, the average weekly headhaul capacity between Asia and North America reached a new …
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