25 Mar Carriers Forced to Juggle Schedules as Congestion Returns to North Europe
Posted at 11:50h in Blog
Congestion at North Europe’s container ports is on the rise again, causing ocean carriers to juggle their schedules and restrict import and export operations at terminals.
Vessels are arriving at North European ports already delayed by supply chain disruptions in China, and with sanctioned Russian cargo remaining on board.
Maersk said yesterday it was facing “critical yard density levels” at its Bremerhaven NTB terminal, adding: “This situation slows down the terminal operations, which will further delay our vessel arrival and departure schedules.”