Logistics firms hurt by strike

November 1997
Marketing Event;Nov/Dec97, p4
Reports that logistics firms in Great Britain have raised prices to cover costs of re-routing jobs booked for Germany via Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg to avoid French ports blockaded due to the ferry strike.


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