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With the significant impact that COVID-19 has had on the logistics industry, this year it is more important than ever to ensure we are prepared and planning for every eventuality this peak period.
Our Managing Director, Ramon Abalo Costa, explains what is predicted in peak 2020 and the importance of forecasting ahead of time!
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Ramon Abalo Costa
Managing Director – Asia Pacific
October 2020

“We foresee three possible points or stages that could be affected during Peak 2020: the first would be fulfilment in origin, mainly in China; on a second stage, the airfreight and space capacities. Finally, the last mile carriers. We are seeing capacities cap on some markets to secure the service levels” – Ramon Abalo Costa, APG eCommerce Solutions.

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