Ceva head on extreme freight market: "I doubt that we'll ever see it again"

The heated freight market doesn't seem to be easing in the short term, projects Ceva's head of Europe, Peder Winther. The company uses alternative solutions to move along parts of the freight in the supply chains.

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The chaotic freight market has led freight forwarders to find alternative solutions to move goods forward in the supply chains during 2021.

This is also the case at French CMA CGM group's logistics arm Ceva Logistics, where Managing Director of Europe Peder Winther, despite years of experience in the container and logistics industry, has no recollection of a similar scenario.

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