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Supply Chain Envoy Brings Fresh Leadership To Streamline U.S. Port And Supply Chain Systems

Washington, D.C. - Supply Chain problems that have plagued the United States the past two years have been gaining strong support and action toward new investment in not only Port & Infrastructure but that of the new Trucking Action Plan and "FLOW", Freight Logistics Optimization Works. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg currently serves…
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Light Vehicle Sales Data Report

United States Of America - In March 2022, new light-vehicle sales in the United States fell to 13.3 million units on a seasonally adjusted basis, down from 14.1 million units the previous month and 17.6 million units in March 2021. "Sales fell throughout Q1 2022 as production, which was already constrained by scarce microchips, was further…
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As Putin Exiles The Russian People What Could World Trade Look Like Without China, Russia And Saudi Arabia

Moscow, Russia - With President Putin's invasion of Ukraine at a time the world has come together to protect it's people and rebuild from Coronavirus what will world trade look like without Russia and it's allies? There is no doubt the United States Of America and the world will now come together and hold a zero tolerance to this this type of…
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Port & Logistics Crisis of 2021 Coming To Fruition. Will There Be An End To The Rainbow?

California, United States of America - The Wall Street Journal reported that shipping delays have increased and cargo has piled up at California ports as Nike struggles to sell enough sneakers for the holidays, Costco has imposed limits on paper towel purchases, and prices for artificial Christmas trees have increased 25% this season. The
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CHIP SHORTAGES TO AFFECT CONSTRUCTION

The construction industry does not seem to be immune from the global chip shortages plaguing The United States. The chip shortage has been crippling manufacturing plants nationwide and haunting production and delivery efforts. The construction industry is also becoming a victim of such issues. The country already is grappling with massive…
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