We are all incredibly GRATEFUL for the work and sacrifice of our medical professionals. And we also want to THANK all of you amazing HEROES out there driving trucks, piloting airplanes, sailing ships, loading cargo and otherwise keeping our supply chain running. Share to add your thanks!
Closed schools, canceled events – but full shelves in retail stores. At present, retail groups, transport service providers and freight forwarders are succeeding in fully ensuring supplies in practically all areas. Specific sold-out items do not represent a change in this situation. In principle, all goods are available in sufficient quantity and can be delivered.
The situation is, however, extremely dynamic. Political and administrative measures that were rejected one day are being enacted the next. Political leaders, businesses and society have no reliable facts and experience to rely on. Economic decisions are currently characterized by a high degree of uncertainty. This will continue to be the case for at least the next two weeks, but more likely the next four weeks.
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Economists and governments worldwide are lowering their forecasts.
Tense calm in the air freight. However, there is still sufficient capacity available.
Traffic with Asia is severely impaired. What will follow for other regions?
Cross-border traffic in Europe suffers already. The first factories have to shut down.
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