Vietnam, previously the site of key supply chain bottlenecks, might offer hope to end the chip shortage in the long run.
According to DHL’s Global Connectedness Index 2020, Vietnam ranked 38th out of 169 countries, one place higher than in 2017.
With no end in sight to ocean freight challenges, Vietnam’s largest fishery corporation turned to air freight for an urgent shipment of chilled crabs.
Demand and rates are expected to remain elevated as capacity tightens for air freight, partly driven by difficulties in ocean freight.
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Vietnam’s textile industry is on the rise, fueled by free trade agreements like the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership.