Asia To Europe Shipping Rates Could Pick Up

Thursday, May 27, 1999
Container shipping rates from Asia to Europe could be lifted in the second half of 1999 as millennium-related imports put an extra squeeze on limited ship space. In fact, carriers may introduce a temporary rates surcharge on westbound sailings during the peak second half period.
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