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Chaotic freight market has caused a “fundamental rethink” of logistics

Chaotic conditions in the transport sector in 2021 are creating further turbulence in a logistics market under transformation. “These are new dynamics we were facing almost every day,” says logistic company Dachser’s COO for Air & Sea Logistics in an interview with ShippingWatch.

Edoardo Podestá, COO of Air & Sea Logistics at Dachser. | Photo: Dachser

The last 12 months have created completely new market conditions for logistics companies and forwarders, who are trying to find space for customers’ goods on the few available container ships.

At the big German logistics company Dachser, Edoardo Podestà, COO for Air & Sea Logistics, describes the challenging market as a landmark time, which is giving a new perspective to the logistics’ company role.

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