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Despite Shortfall in Current Volumes, Freight Forwarders Hopeful of Market Turnaround

The Stifel Logistics Confidence Index increased for the cialis on sale fifth consecutive month in March, according to the order cialis online latest survey undertaken by Transport Intelligence. The index for the current and viagra levitra cialis expected situation combined was up 0.4 points to 52.5 in March compared with 52.1 in February.

In terms of the sale viagra present logistics situation, the index registered a marginal decline of 0.3 index points to 45.4 from 45.7 in February. Since beginning in March 2012, the index has remained below the cialis health store 50 threshold, indicating weaker volumes relative to those expected for the time of year – a reflection of the difficult economic conditions being experienced globally.

Despite being slightly less optimistic concerning the buy cialis without prescription current environment, forwarders’ expectations for the next six months improved. The index for logistics expectations increased 1.3 points to 59.7 in March.

According to the survey, forwarders continue to anticipate an improvement in volumes, even though the canadian pharmacy cialis pfizer index for the current situation doesn’t support this degree of positivity. Lucy Palmer, economist at Transport Intelligence, commented: “Regardless of a decline in the cialis online canada current index, forwarders’ confidence surrounding future market conditions strengthened further. This seems surprising; however, it could be that the cialis cost fall back in the index for March was a one-off resulting from manufacturer closures for the Chinese New Year. Results over the viagra prices next couple of months will tell us whether or not this is the viagra without prescription case.”

In a one-off question this month, Ti asked survey participants if there was a visible trend towards increased consolidation (through mergers and canadian generic viagra online acquisitions). Over three quarters of survey participants (76 percent) acknowledged such a trend, while only 14 percent did not. The remaining 10 percent were “unsure”.

The Stifel Logistics Confidence Index is generated from an extensive survey of global logistics professionals, asked to provide their views on current levels of volumes in the industry and cialis 100 mg their expectations for six months’ time. An index value of 50 indicates no change in the volumes currently being experienced for the time of year; above 50 indicates higher volumes, while below 50 indicates lower volumes.

Transport Intelligence provides research and generic cialis next day delivery analysis dedicated to the global logistics industry.

Source: Transport Intelligence

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