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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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US box imports set for ‘dramatic’ H1 growth 
 
Imports at the largest US container ports are expected to grow “dramatically” during the first half of 2021, particularly in comparison with last year’s disrupted market, according to the monthly Global Port Tracker report released today by the National Retail Federation (NRF) and Hackett Associates. 
 
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Box port delays causing service cancellations 
 
Major global container lines are being forced to cancel significant numbers of east-west services due to exceptionally long delays to vessels caused by congestion in Asian and North American ports. 
 
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US box imports set for record in 2020 despite pandemic 
 
US container imports seen during 2020 appear to be headed toward a new annual record despite the coronavirus pandemic, and remain at high levels as 2021 begins, according to the latest monthly Global Port Tracker report from the National Retail Federation (NRF) and Hackett Associates. 
 
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On Thursday the US President Donald Trump announced that the US would impose further tariffs on goods imported from China into the United States from 1st September 2019 following ongoing negotiations between the two countries. Please see the below links for further information. 
 
 
 
 
 

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