The Logistics Confidence Index grows overall but the performance of the Air and Sea indices diverge

July 11, 2017

Air freight expectations have taken the Logistics Confidence Index higher in June, but growth has been tempered by results in sea freight.  Though IATA statistics trail the current situation by two months, they nevertheless offer a window into the confidence of the air freight industry; April results from the organization showed yields up by 4.5% year-on-year, whilst FTKs rose by 10.5%. The Sea Freight Index demonstrated a far more mixed picture. In this instance, the present conditions declined, offsetting a slight improvement in expectations.

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