DHL sees decline in ocean freight in first half of the year

German logistics group DHL saw a decline in its freight volumes from shipping in the first half of 2013. This was caused by, among other things, stagnation on the freight routes from east to west, writes Lloyd's List.

The world's second-largest logistics group, German DHL, saw its freight volumes from shipping decline 1.5 percent in the first half of 2013, down to 1.36 million teu. The company booked 2.7 million teu in 2012. DHL attributes the decline to stagnation on the traditional the east-west routes: 

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