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Bremen shippers remain confident

BREMEN. With cargo volumes down due to the pandemic, many companies in Bremen’s haulage and logistics sector have emerged from the crisis with a black eye. Results are down compared to the 2019 financial year, but freight forwarders are confident they will at least break even in the near future, partly because of higher freight rates as a result of fewer ship departures. This was the assessment of the Bremen Freight Forwarders Association delivered at their press conference recently.

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