Shifting Lanes Ahead

Page, Paul
August 2003
Air Cargo World;Aug2003, Vol. 93 Issue 8, p28
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the strategy implemented by U.S.-based air forwarders in response to trucking competition. The Colography Group research and consulting firm calls the move from air to ground in the United States domestic American market as a secular shift driven by the growing tendency of shippers to trade one or two days' transit time for lower transportation costs, augmented by the increasing number of ground carriers offering guaranteed express services.


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