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Covid supply chain crunch over but challenges remain

Importers and exporters still face constrained air freight capacity, and potentially pricey low carbon rules in shipping.

Ethique founder and CEO Brianne West at the Go Global conference held in Auckland.

Dita De Boni Thu, 10 Nov 2022

Air and sea capacity is set to open up and costs to come down by mid-2023/4, but new considerations including low carbon freight forwarding will start to dominate the sector in coming years, sector experts say. 

At the Go Global conference held in Auckland yesterday, a session on shipping and

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