TPM 21: US importers may need ‘second rate’ to secure trans-Pac capacity

TPM 21: US importers may need ‘second rate’ to secure trans-Pac capacity

Since demand will likely exceed capacity this year in the eastbound trans-Pacific, large importers are advised to lock in some cargo at competitive contract rates while ensuring capacity at higher rates for shipments that exceed their MQCs.

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