Carriers accused of creating rollovers to get shippers to pay more

August 9, 2019 Alexander Whiteman

Carriers are being accused of an abuse of power by “weaponising rollovers” to force shippers into paying higher spot rates to get their goods moved.
Sources told The Loadstar they were being warned “weeks in advance” of rollovers on North Europe services, claiming carriers are artificially creating rollovers to drive up rates.
“How have they got this space? How do they know they will have a rollover in five weeks? It is ...

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