Asia-US ocean importers forced to turn to air services

Asia-US ocean importers forced to turn to air services

Air cargo freight rates between China and the United States have been rising since July, according to US-based logistics provider C.H. Robinson, and shipper concern about lack of space on the trans-Pacific trade is a factor in that rise.

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