AFT sees signs of supply chain snafus easing

AFT sees signs of supply chain snafus easing
Managing director Harley Atkinson said AFT is raising prices. (Photo: supplied)
Jenny Ruth
AFT Pharmaceuticals is citing a fall in shipping costs and wholesalers in Australia running out of stock due to hot demand as some small signs that the logistics problems caused by the covid pandemic are beginning to subside.Managing director Hartley Atkinson said his company has been watching the Baltic Shipping Index very closely and it has been declining."We are watching that and that has actually come down," Atkinson told BusinessDesk.The Baltic Shipping Index has been falling for five successive days to its lowest level since Jun...

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