Don’t scapegoat shipping for the world’s just-in-time jitters
It is testimony to the supreme efficiency of the industry that few serious disruptions have been seen since the arrival of JIT in the 1980s. Politicians and the public should not start blaming us now things are going wrong
Shipping — which usually moves more than 200m teu from A to B each year — is suddenly in the news because consumers may not get what they want for Christmas on time
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