Maersk and Cargo iQ clash over how to buy air freight capacity

August 5, 2020 Alex Lennane

Cargo iQ, an interest group for quality standards in air freight, has denied suggestions that its processes help shippers cut out forwarders to deal directly with carriers.
A blog post published by Maersk Growth, the shipping group’s corporate venture arm, predicts “airlines are expected to move closer to the shipper” – one of the more controversial statements in the air freight sector.
Maersk is itself well on the way to cutting out ‘the ...

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