Tight Trucking Market Has Retailers, Manufacturers Paying Steep Prices
Jan 05 2018

By Jennifer Smith Updated Jan. 5, 2018 2:18 p.m. ET Retailers and manufacturers grappling with an unusually tight trucking market are paying the steepest prices in years to keep their goods moving. Freight demand had been ticking up for months, closely tracking the strengthening U.S. economy. The market got a boost from retailers needing to restock stores and distribution centers amid the big...
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Prosperity For All
Dec 25 2017

Wishing you and your family Prosperity during this Holiday season! Prosperity For All is the foundation of Rodair's core beliefs. We believe in paying it forward by giving back. As a thank you to our clients, vendors, and employees, we have contributed to 12 different charities in 2017. We hope that together we can continue to make a positive difference in the world. Here's to health an...
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Banks to pilot new concept for blockchain-based supply chain finance
Dec 14 2017

Rodair International is embracing innovation and looking for creative ways to evolve in a fast-moving industry, as Ian Putzger discovers   (For article source click here)
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Lack of airfreight space drives up sky high rates
Dec 11 2017

Freight forwarders are continuing to report a lack of cargo space and "sky high rates", while claiming that some shippers are turning to ocean transport to avoid delays. According to the latest Freightos International Freight Index, the rush in demand for airfreight capacity has not abated, and shippers are turning to ocean shipping as an alternative. The latest Freightos Ind...
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A Christmas Bonus For Carriers as Demand for Air Cargo Capacity 'goes crazy'
Dec 04 2017

By Alex Lennane Intense demand for air freight space has led to shippers opting for sea freight as a faster option. Demand “has gone crazy” said one forwarder, citing a four-to-five-week wait for maindeck capacity from Europe to the US and Mexico. “I’ve never seen anything like it.” One source said carriers were turning down expensively priced ‘must...
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