The collapse of Silicon Valley Bank and last-ditch rescue of Credit Suisse have raised the spectre of a renewed financial crisis. But this time does look a bit different.
The global economy has been stalling – and air freight prices falling. After a big surge during Covid, is the market dropping back as far as pre-pandemic levels?
Following a massive surge during the Covid-19 pandemic years, air freight prices have been trending a long way back down over recent months. According to
During the recent IATA World Cargo Symposium, held in London in late September, you could almost feel a palpable sense of pride in the industry.
Gas prices in Europe skyrocketing. Lockdowns in China lingering. Russia losing ground but now seeking to annexe chunks of Ukraine. Countries like the UK responding
Whither air cargo rates – which way are they set to go? Are they set to rise as we reach the traditional peak season? Or are they set to crumble and fall – as rising fears about inflation and recession hit global trade?
Global supply chains are clearly in something of a tangled mess, particularly in the key area of container shipping. According to Maersk Line director Neil