Smaller companies demand more transparency on expensive transport market

Small and medium-size companies deem the elevated freight prices one of their main problems, calling upon authorities to ensure fair competition. The OECD says the container industry enjoys shamelessly favorable conditions.

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Smaller enterprises are suffering under pressure from extreme freight prices and now call upon public authorities to act.

One such entity is interest group SMV Danmark [Small & Medium-size Businesses Denmark, -ed.], representing small and medium-size companies in the Scandinavian country. Freight prices are among the biggest issues at the moment, the organization says.

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