Vessel delays continue for Sea Freight services. The Port of Felixstowe refuses empty containers and UK driver shortages become an even greater concern.
Delays to Sea Freight services remain acute with China’s power cut policy further threatening supply chains. UK Hauliers warn that new measures are ‘too little, too late’.
With Golden Week on the horizon, Sea Freight services are mired by increased port congestion in Europe and the US and Air Freight rates soar to the highest yet this year.
Chinese transport hubs reopen following Typhoon, disruption across the global supply chain remains critical and a new Covid-19 outbreak in China may impact shipments.
Air Freight demand and rates are on the rise, Sea Freight schedule reliability remains low and the UK driver shortage causes major supply problems.
Sea Freight schedule reliability worsens due to global port disruption while rates reach another high and Air Freight operations in China begin to normalise.
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