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Carriers deserve credit for surge in transpacific rates, says SeaIntel

Analysts say transpacific rate revival has not solely been down to shippers frontloading cargo to avoid impending Trump tariffs, but has come twofold due to the capacity constraints deployed by carriers.

Carriers restricted increases to slot capacity to just 3.6% in August compared to the 9% added during the previous two months, according to SeaIntel

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