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Shippers urged to book early for this peak season 
 
Cargo owners are being urged to book early for this year’s air and ocean freight peak seasons, with the current strong demand for space and limited capacity likely to extend into next year – along with high prices. 
 
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Ocean freight disruption could hasten re-positioning of supply chains 
 
The prolonged disruption to ocean freight logistics with continuing patterns of container equipment and vessel capacity shortages, port congestion and delays, could hasten structural change in global supply chains put to the severest of tests over the past 18 months. 
 
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Ex-China air freight rates continue rise 
 
Ex-China air freight prices are continuing to rise this week on the back of highly constrained air freight capacity and strong demand, leading to very high load factors. 
 
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No let-up expected in buoyant air cargo market 
 
High demand will continue to buoy air cargo charter activity over the next few months, consolidating the strong start to 2021, although prices may cool somewhat from their current high levels, according to a leading air freight broker. 
 
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Asia-US air freight rates drop but stay firmer to Europe 
 
Asia-US air freight spot prices have begun to fall in the weeks since Chinese New Year (CNY), but they appear to be holding relatively firm from China to key destinations in Europe, according to figures from TAC Index and the Baltic Air Index (BAI). 
 
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Global supply chains ‘unlikely to fully recover this year’ 
 
Supply chain industry executives hold little hope for a global recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic in 2021, although many still see opportunities to increase business activity in emerging markets, despite a shift in the factors driving such investments, the annual Agility Emerging Markets Logistics Index survey today reveals. 
 
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Ocean freight issues adding to squeeze on air cargo capacity 
 
Shortages of containers and capacity for ex-China exports plus vessel schedule disruption are continuing to drive modal shift to air, adding to a squeeze on air freight capacity already stretched by buoyant demand. 
 
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Shippers switching to air freight to escape sea freight hell 
 
With sea freight rates reaching some of the highest levels ever seen, along with equipment shortages, late vessels and still no guarantee of uplift, some shippers are starting to switch to air, driving up rates on a mode that had been enjoying some stability. 
 
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Air freight prices ex-China continue to rise 
 
China-Europe rates end October 25% higher than in September, despite a dip in demand in the final week of last month, with the market’s six-month recovery broadly continuing. 
 
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Proud member of BIFA & FIATA 
 
We are pleased to announce that we have become a member of The British International Freight Association and International Federation of Freight Forwarders Association. 
 
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