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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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Los Angeles Port Nearing 100 Vessels Deep As Backups Reach New Peaks

Los Angeles, California - Port Traffic is mounting to highest levels of backlogs. Container ships off the coast of Los Angeles are near 100 vessels. A real time port and vessel traffic map is located below this brief and in your GIS Maps section. Container pickup backlogs, empties and chassis eco-systems are failing. Alternative and origin
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Live Port Traffic & Marine Map

Live Port Traffic & Marine Map Courtesy Of Marine Traffic. Veiw Port Traffic And Track Vessels. Filters Are Available For Different Types Of Vessels. For More Integrated And Holistic Options And Applications Please Visit Bylt: OS width='100%'; // the width of the embedded map in pixels or percentage height='800'; // the height of the
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U.S. Inflation Data Higher Then Forecasts

Washington, D.C. - Inflation ticked higher in September 2021. The annual inflation rate in the United States increased to a 13-year high of 5.4 percent, up from 5.3 percent in August and above market expectations of 5.3 percent. The primary drivers of inflation were the cost of housing (3.2 percent vs. 2.8 percent in August); food (4.6 percent vs.
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Ports To Extend Hours As Blame Game Drama Extends. Biden To Hold Meetings With Stakeholders Today

Washington, D.C. - At ports across the country the blame game widens at union controlled ports the U.S. supply chain is broken. Union workers at the ports have been blaming the private sector and truckers while truckers and the private sectors are complaining that the Unions are not doing their part. Biden has scheduled meetings this afternoon
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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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