Air cargo: ‘the madness has gone, it’s the new normal – but what’s next?’

June 29, 2020 Alex Lennane

Pockets of the air freight market are continuing to see high rates, and volumes are growing, but retail is not yet back in the air.
Hot spots include rubber producer Malaysia, the world’s largest exporter of medical gloves, accounting for up to 75%, according to some estimates.
Volumes out of Malaysia grew 46% in week 25, according to Clive Data Services, while forwarders have reported strong demand out of the country.
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