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Posted on November 5, 2009

indicators for the third quarter of 2009 suggest that -although international freight volumes seem to be improving – it is at the expense of margin compression in the air freight and sea freight markets.  It appears that prospects are quite good, but capacity will have to reduce.  Danske Bank’s Freight index suggest that Sweden and the UK will be able to benefit most from the up-turn in world trade when it happens, as both countries benefit from a floating currency.

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