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Asian air export rates rose in Q3 as cargo demand stabilized
Rising airline costs and increasing air cargo demand over the last three months have largely insulated rate levels against a steady and significant increase in available air freight capacity.
Europe’s coming ETS surcharges based on ‘guesswork’: Sea-Intelligence
A significant misalignment in ETS surcharges among ocean carriers can be expected if the per-FEU levies already announced by Maersk and Hapag-Lloyd are any indication, according to Sea-Intelligence Maritime Analysis.