Supply chain radar: Why Nestlé locked horns with ocean carriers

November 23, 2018 Alessandro Pasetti

The fact that a shipper of Nestlé’s calibre and size complains publicly about the standards in the container shipping industry is disturbing, to say the least, so when its executives speak up, you had better listen to what they have to say.
“With half a million containers on the oceans every year, Nestlé is considered a VIP customer in the liner industry,” ShippingWatch reported on Thursday, adding that, however, the “food producer is ...

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