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Freight Forwarder/Customs Broker Relationship Moving from Transactional to Solutions by IFCBAA

Posted by Harleigh Raidal on 16 September 2021

There are several moving parts impacting COVID-hit global supply chains with higher costs and longer lead times - including the demand and supply of vessel capacity, ports congestion, schedule reliability, manpower and equipment shortages - which are difficult for government authorities to control or legislate change. The situation is leading to a change in behaviour of shippers whereby a solutions-driven approach is necessary to maintain supply chain resilience.

Today’s The Loadstar article A perfect supply chain storm: 'we must hunker down, collaborate and ride it out' highlights this situation and the changing market landscape of shippers dealings with logistics provider moving from transactional to developing solutions to make their supply chains more resilient.

Downlaod the full news article by IFCBAA 'Here

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