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Tariff-led rush orders may lead to cargo deficiencies

Rush orders from US importers to beat tariff deadlines help boost transpacific demand this year, but could leave a hole in cargo volume next year. APL chief executive Nicolas Sartini says a cut in capacity and a rise in scrapping will help firm up rates

Drewry warns cargo owners about possible slot uncertainties next year, as it expected the tariff disruption to make carriers cancel more sailings on an ‘irregular basis’

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