The peaked peak season

Mongelluzzo, Bill
October 2003
Journal of Commerce (1542-3867);10/27/2003, Vol. 4 Issue 43, p31
Focuses on several routine changes in the trans-Pacific shipping in September and October 2003, which is considered as the peak season. Comment from Ray Camero, chief executive of the Streamline Shippers Association, on problems encountered by shippers during the 2003 peak season; Reason cited by Tony Chiarello, president of Maersk Logistics, for the late start of the 2003 peak season; Discussion on the possible effects of Chinese manufacturing and U.S. retail strategies on the flow of cargo.


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