"The ocean transport market has been confronted with a worldwide prolonged disruption since August 2020. Consequently, date shippers have been trying to bring order to their procurement and carrier management processes , yet failing to do so, in part because maritime problematics concern both ports and hinterland connections. Public interventions to smooth out international supply bottlenecks have been implemented in many countries, including the worst hit such as China, the US, and the UK, but their power to influence what is almost entirely a private sector problem has been limited.". Commentary by Oliviero Baccelli
27.10.2021 ispionline.it | What Does the Future of Shipping Look Like After Covid-19?