Forwarders switch focus from costly air and ocean to overland Asia-Europe

April 6, 2020 Alex Lennane

Substantial price and capacity volatility in air freight and blanked sea freight sailings have pushed attention toward overland routes between Asia and Europe.
InstaFreight, a road specialist, is one forwarder offering trucking services across Eurasia and claims that, with congestion affecting Chinese exports, the delivery times are similar to air – but cheaper and “more stable”.
Depending on the number of drivers and the origin and destination, InstaFreight claims a transit of ...

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