Boosting resilience against upheaval


Shippers can help ensure resilience against the effects of geopolitical tensions by opting for flexible contracts, collaborating with supply chain partners and better managing customer expectations

The recent attacks in the Red Sea have created waves across the global shipping industry, with implications for international trade, the economy and consumers worldwide.

These shipping disruptions have had global economic repercussions with consequences including surging freight rates, delays and congestion, and rising oil prices.

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