The combination of increased demand for goods and a chaotic freight market is forcing retailers and consumer goods companies to seek alternatives to the expensive and heavily delayed sea transport.
While US-based companies such as Walmart, Target, Home Depot, Costco and Coca-Cola have chartered their own container and dry bulk vessels in the efforts to bypass the freight chaos, Danish supermarket chain Coop has decided to test rail freight for transporting imported articles from China.
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