Felixstowe Disruption Continues

Freight forwarders and container lines are continuing to report ongoing disruptions to operations at the Port of Felixstowe resulting from the upgrade of the leading UK container port’s Terminal Operating System (TOS) last month.

Carriers such as Maersk Line report delayed berthing in...

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