Rolled trans-Pacific shipments portend sporadic capacity scarcity

Rolled trans-Pacific shipments portend sporadic capacity scarcity

An unexpected surge in imports in late May, which caused cargo rolling at Asian ports and a spike in spot rates, is spawning tension between forwarders and carriers in the eastbound trans-Pacific.

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