Amazon Air in its Prime

Amazon Air in its Prime

Amazon Air in its Prime Written by Stephanie Castaneda Amazon Air in its Prime Amazon recently added Pittsburgh and Kansas City, Missouri to its rapidly growing network of airports served by its inhouse cargo airline which helps the company cut ground transportation time and quickly deliver online orders to businesses and customers. Amazon has built…

Biden’s Infrastructure Bill and its Outcomes

Biden’s Infrastructure Bill and its Outcomes

Biden’s Infrastructure Bill and its Outcomes Written by Stephanie Castaneda Biden’s Infrastructure Bill and its Outcomes The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, promoted by President Biden and recently passed by Congress, has the potential to address the current supply chain crisis due to the following factors: the demand for goods being held at chokepoints, lack…

China’s COVID-19 Measures and How They Impact Port Activity

China’s COVID-19 Measures and How They Impact Port Activity Written by Stephanie How China’s Covid-19 Measures Have Impacted Port Activity With China locking down the port city of Shenzhen on Sunday in hopes of reducing a COVID-19 spread, Seko Logistics warned clients that the measure will impact the delivery of products from that region. Seko’s…

Port of Savannah: Novembers Monthly Record

Port of Savannah: Novembers Monthly Record

Port of Savannah: Novembers Monthly Record Written by Stephanie Castaneda Port of Savannah: Novembers Monthly Record 2021 was a year for all ports to reach their all time high. The port of Savannah has recently set a new monthly volume record in November consisting of “495,750 twenty-foot equivalent units”, “a 6.7% increase from November 2020”….

Central Freight Lines to Close After Years of Service

Central Freight Lines to Close After Years of Service

Central Freight Lines to Close After Years of Service Written by Stephanie Castaneda Central Freight Lines to Close After Years of Service Waco, Texas-based Central Freight Lines has notified drivers, employees & customers that the less-than-truckload carrier plans to wind down operations today after 96 years. As of today, the company has stopped picking up…

Medical Supplies Backed Up At Port Congestion

Medical Supplies Backed Up At Port Congestion

Medical Supplies Backed Up At Port Congestion Written by Stephanie Castaneda Medical Supplies Backed Up At Port Congestion Medical Supplies Backed Up At Port Congestion The port congestion has created a crisis for the nation’s medical suppliers. Containers consisting of medical supplies as well as “products for the health, safety and well-being of our nation’s…

U.S. Switches Over To Paperless Crew Inspection

U.S. Switches Over To Paperless Crew Inspection

U.S. Switches Over To Paperless Crew Inspection Written by Stephanie Castaneda U.S. Switches Over To Paperless Crew Inspection After 10 years of trial and error the U.S. is finally ready to go paperless when it comes to vetting crews arriving on commercial ships. The new process is aimed at streamlining vessel arrivals and departures by…

Gebrüder Weiss offers ‘zero-emissions’ ocean, air service

Gebrüder Weiss offers ‘zero-emissions’ ocean, air service

Gebrüder Weiss offers ‘zero-emissions’ ocean, air service Written by Stephanie Castaneda Gebrüder Weiss offers ‘zero-emissions’ ocean, air service “Lauterach, Austria-based transportation and logistics company Gebrüder Weiss on Thursday announced a carbon-neutral service for North American customers transporting goods via ocean or air. Gebrüder Weiss called it a zero-emissions service because “customers have the opportunity to…

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