Drewry: Shippers consider planes on the US West Coast

Problems on the US East Coast have now reached a scope that makes several shippers consider using air cargo transport instead of ships. "A costly reminder," says Drewry in an analysis.
Photo: Ric Francis
Photo: Ric Francis

A growing number of shippers are now opting to have their commodities transported on planes, as they can no longer trust carriers' schedule reliability in ports on the US West Coast, according to an analysis by Drewry.

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