In photos: Foreign cargo ship lies on breakwater in Japan

In photos: Foreign cargo ship lies on breakwater in Japan – The Mainichi Please view the main text area of ​​the page by skipping the main menu. The page may not display correctly if JavaScript is disabled in your browser. Image 1 of 7 A cargo ship that collided with …

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Design burnout? Warehouse and shipping workers pay the hidden costs of the holiday season

What does christmas mean? For many, it’s about feasting, family and napping while watching cricket. But for e-commerce giants like Amazon, Christmas is the most lucrative time of the year. During the 2020 holiday season, Amazon processed more than AUD 6.6 billion in sales. And for the warehouse and dispatch …

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Delivery delays this holiday season – NBC Boston

Vacation shoppers can make a list but may not have time to double-check if they want the gifts to be in stock and arrive on time. Last year, more than a third of first-class mail was late for Christmas. The shipping nightmare has given the US Postal Service as well …

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DP World presents two major Maritime Standard Awards

DP World, the leading smart trade enabler, was named Terminal Operator of the Year and The Technology / Innovations at the eighth annual Maritime Standard Awards. The award ceremony took place on November 22nd, 2021 under the auspices of HH Sheikh Ahmed Bin Saeed Al Maktoum, President of the Dubai …

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Wood from the Muskrat Falls project is finally being loaded onto a ship destined for Asia

Greg Penney, CEO of JP Forestry, couldn’t stop smiling as the wood from the Muskrat Falls project was loaded onto a ship bound for Asia. (Regan exposure / CBC) After supply chain issues, community concerns, and a cargo ship too large to dock in Goose Bay, JP Forestry has begun …

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10 tips for gifts that bypass supply chain problems

Release the hounds! This weekend marks the start of the big Christmas hunt, with shoppers running away in search of the perfect gifts only to be outwitted by kinks in the supply chain. Bah, humbug. “COVID disruptions, labor shortages, and the pent-up demand of consumers stuck at home and now …

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Net zero target 2050 rejected by IMO member states

IMO headquarters, London. Photo credit: Ship & Bunker A proposal for the shipping industry, a goal of net zero -Emissions up to 2050 appear to have been rejected by member states this week 77 Meeting the IMO Committee for the Protection of the Marine Environment (MEPC77). The aim of the …

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Russian cargo ship leaves space station to make way for new docking module

A Russian cargo ship left the International Space Station early Thursday (November 25th) to make way for a new docking port, which is already on its way to the orbiting laboratory. The automated cargo ship Progress 78, also known as Progress MS-17, was undocked from the Russian science module Nauka …

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6 gifts for the budding (or professional) photographer

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