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Is a beer shortage on tap? Inflation and supply chain pressures on brewers are intensifying
Original article source: USA Today Is a beer shortage on tap? Inflation and supply chain pressures on brewers are intensifying We have endured no shortage of shortages recently. There was toilet paper and computer chips, followed by tampons and baby formula. Could the next shortage involve beer? The potential arises as beer makers, big and […]
FedEx to hike rates by 6.9% ‘given the inflationary backdrop’
Original article source: supplychaindive.com FedEx to hike rates by 6.9% ‘given the inflationary backdrop’ Dive Brief: • FedEx will levy a general rate increase averaging 6.9% for its Express, Ground and Home Delivery services starting Jan. 2, 2023, the company announced Thursday. The move follows a rocky quarter in which FedEx saw a decline in […]
San Pedro Bay ports see loaded import volumes drop in August
Original article source: supplychaindive.com San Pedro Bay ports see loaded import volumes drop in August The ports in Los Angeles and Long Beach each saw a YoY drop in loaded container volumes in August, despite improvements in battling congestion, according to monthly port data.The Port of Los Angeles saw loaded import container volumes drop 17% [...]
White House supply chain strategy shifts beyond 24/7 port operations
Original article source: supplychaindive.com White House supply chain strategy shifts beyond 24/7 port operations CHICAGO — The Biden administration’s plan for addressing supply chain congestion will shift away from urging ports to move to 24/7 operations after failing to get major traction among ports and businesses due to the cost involved. “It’s a free market [...]
Cargo Ships Continue To Arrive, Just To End Up Waiting To Get Into Ports Of LA, Long Beach
Original article source CBS LA Cargo Ships Continue To Arrive, Just To End Up Waiting To Get Into Ports Of LA, Long Beach Los Angeles is no stranger to traffic jams, but not necessarily those in the water. The jam in the waters off the Port of Los Angeles continues to get worse, with a [...]
How New Regulations Will Impact Shipping, the Environment, and Freight Rates
Original article source supplychain24/7 IMO 2020: The Big Shipping Shake-Up Over 90% of all global trade takes place on our oceans. Unfortunately, the network of 59,000 vessels powering international commerce runs on sulfur-laden bunker fuel, and resulting emissions are causing problems on dry land. As today’s infographic by Breakwave Advisors demonstrates, new emissions regulations taking […]