Carriers' cargo shipments bloom with higher flower volumes

Carriers' cargo shipments bloom with higher flower volumes

Carriers' cargo shipments bloom with higher flower volumes

 
Global carriers have geared up for weeks in preparation for Valentine’s Day 2014, and have seen increases in flower activity this year compared to last year.

I am of the opinion that shippers should pray that lines are allowed to continue to operate alliances.

The Port of Prince Rupert handled a record 26.7 million metric tons of cargo in 2018, up 10% year-over-year.

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