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E-commerce giants will punish poor service by taking over themselves, warn freight forwarders

Reliability is the key criteria freight forwarders are judged on by the e-commerce giants and they may take matters into their own hands if the sector cannot up its game

Amazon and Alibaba are likely to eye up the possibility of taking over a carrier unless sector reliability makes them stay their hand

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