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Biden Administration Introduces FLOW to Improve Supply Chain – Exciting as a Visit from Aunt Flo

On Tuesday (March 15th, 2022), the Biden Administration put out a "fact sheet" in announcing a freight data exchange program with the intention of improving the still badly congested supply [...]

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Are Ocean Freight Carriers Taking Control of Too Much of the Supply Chain?

One of the top stories in the Journal of Commerce (JOC) yesterday (January 31st, 2022) was CMA CGM acquiring "a majority stake in European last-mile logistics specialist Colis Privé, a parcel [...]

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Record Imports & No More Overcapacity – Are We Really Seeing a “New Normal” in International Shipping?

As the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach hit record volumes of imports for March and freight rates reached a new peak, experts are telling us that the days of overcapacity, and the lower [...]

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Big Roundup of Coronavirus Pandemic’s Effect on Ocean Freight Shipping

You won't find a more complete roundup of how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting international shipping, specifically the ocean freight sector, right now than this blog post here. This [...]

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