The U.S. Transportation Department (USDOT) said on Wednesday a supply chain pilot data-sharing project aimed at easing bottlenecks at congested U.S. ports has begun exchanging data and doubled in size.
Congestion, congestion, congestion – maritime and intermodal operations have been blighted by the challenge for many months.
From grocery store product shortages and new automobiles to computer chips and electronic components, no industry has been spared from supply chain issues over the past couple of years.
Shipping strains are on the mend, but a painful spell of weaker demand might be next.
Consumers and businesses will continue to experience supply chain disruptions but they won’t last forever
Norfolk Southern Railway is offering a $75-per-container incentive to ocean carriers that balance the number of containers leaving and returning through the ports of New York and New Jersey, and Virginia, a measure it says will keep railcars flowing smoothly …
The first major overhaul of regulations governing U.S. container trades since 1998 was easily approved by Congress on Monday and President Biden is expected to sign the bill into law shortly.
The Port of Long Beach’s Supply Chain Information Highway will expand to the Northwest Seaport Alliance and the Utah Inland Port Authority after going live at the Port of Oakland in July, Noel Hacegaba, deputy executive director of administration and operations, told …
Port of Cleveland President and CEO William Friedman on supply chain.
The National Waste & Recycling Association (NWRA), Arlington, West Virginia, joined more than 50 other associations in a letter urging U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg to invest grant money from the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) in projects aimed …
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