Ocean issues expected to continue through 2023

Date Added: 11 March 2022

Ocean issues expected to continue through 2023

Shippers should expect no relief for the rest of 2022 as many structural issues in ocean transportation have yet to be solved, said experts at the TPM22 and TPMTech Conference, produced by The Journal of Commerce in Long Beach, California.

With our broad range of ocean freight forwarding and logistics services, Davies Turner will do its utmost to counter the issues arising from this matter.

The full report can be seen here:

https://www.supplychaindive.com/news/shippers-to-see-no-relief-in-2022/619697/?utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Issue:%202022-03-10%20Supply%20Chain%20Dive%20%5Bissue:40291%5D&utm_term=Supply%20Chain%20Dive

For more information about Davies Turner’s ocean freight forwarding and logistics services, please contact ocean@daviesturner.co.uk or visit https://www.daviesturner.com/ocean

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