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In a recent survey of U.S. agriculture exporters, shippers said 25 percent of their cargo sent during the coronavirus pandemic had been met with early return date charges. Nearly 10 percent of those surveyed saw ERD fees of more than $1,000 per shipment. And more than half of the respondents found getting a reduction in ERD fees to be an impossibility. What’s worse? A full three-fourths of respondents didn’t always have accurate ERD data from their carrier partners.
During the AgTC virtual Midyear Meeting, Blume Global’s Dave Arsenault will discuss how bad early return date charges are driving supply chain disfunction. Join him on December 9 to find out what can be done to ensure accurate ERD data.