Supply Chain

Inflation considered biggest risk for shipping industry in 2023

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88 per cent of shipping companies see inflation as the biggest hindrance for businesses in 2023. Other fears are the implications of war, the impact of Covid in China and strikes.

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Author: Roel van der Maas

1 comment op “Inflation considered biggest risk for shipping industry in 2023”

bönström bönström|11.01.23|15:46

Even worse, carriers and railways…, two modes now requested high quality, within a contemporary intermodal, both seriously have failed.
(Congestion, now plaguing Globe, if not trigged, but for sure, current supply chains is plagued by these two, otherwise the safest and most energy effective…)
Costs, currently, unecesseraily, imposed upon citizens of world adds to inflation – and shall be outed!
(For low costs – and low inflation – “eta”, safely has to be provided for!)

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