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October 01, 2019Global Supply Chain News: Longshoremen Continue to Thwart Automation at Port of Los Angeles, Despite OK in Contract
Does Dispute Foreshadow Contract Troubles in 2022?
  Topics : Global logistics | Ocean carriers
September 10, 2019Supply Chain News: French President Pushes for CO2 Emissions from Ocean Carriers, after IMO Failed to Act in May
Would have Significant Impact on Shippers, but Many Countries not On Board; Macron Acting because of Paris Accord Disappointment?
  Topics : Global logistics | Logistics costs | Logistics | Ocean carriers
August 12, 2019Global Supply Chain News: Did Container Carriers Overshoot Optimal Megaship Design?
Market Changes and Other Factors Mean 18,000 or more TEU Ships May not Make Sense, but Lots of them on Water Now
  Topics : Global logistics | Logistics costs | Logistics | Ocean carriers
July 11, 2019Streamlining the Movement of Goods in the EU
Adopting the Appropriate Technology Offers Unique Advantages to Manage Future Challenges in Delivering Inventory
  Topics : Global logistics | Global sourcing | Global supply chain
July 02, 2019Global Supply Chain News: Maersk Line in Midst of Dramatic Transformation
Plan is to Have 50 Percent of Profits from Non-Container Shipping Logistics Services Soon
  Topics : Global logistics | Ocean carriers | Third-party logistics
June 19, 2019Global Supply Chain News: More Evidence Tariffs on Chinese Imports having Major Impact on Global Trade Flows
China Imports are Losing Share, Drewry Says, as Container Lines Need to React to Trade Flow Changes
  Topics : China | Global logistics | Global sourcing
June 19, 2019Supply Chain Graphic of the Week: China's Dominance of Many US Import Categories
Apple Said to be Looking for Alternatives to China, but Options Do not Include the US
  Topics : China | Global logistics | Global sourcing | Supply Chain and Government | Supply chain risk
May 27, 2019Global Supply Chain News: Threat of IMO to Mandate Slow Steaming Gets No Traction – for Now
International Maritime Organization Tryin to Find Ways to Meet CO2 Emissions Goal, could Still Tell Ships to Slow Down Further
  Topics : Global logistics | Ocean carriers | Supply Chain and Government | Supply chain and the environment
April 23, 2019IMO Rules on Sulfur Emissions Likely to Spur Further Mergers in Ocean Container Sector, but Probably not Enough to Change Overall Market Dynamics
Drewry Says Additional Financial Pressures Drive more Combinations, but Likely Ones would Still Leave Balance on Power In Shippers' Favor
  Topics : Global logistics | Ocean carriers | Transportation
April 09, 2019Global Supply Chain News: With Deadline for Clean Ocean Fuel Looming, How it will Play Out is Anyone’s Guess
Who will Pay Costs in the End: Carriers, Shippers or Consumers
  Topics : Global logistics | Ocean carriers | Transportation

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