Monthly Archives: August 2021

$ 51.31 Billion Wind Tower Market by 2027,

New York, August 9, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Overview of the Wind Tower Market: According to a comprehensive research report by Market Research Future (MRFR) “Wind tower market research paper By product (tubular steel, concrete, hybrid and others), by application (onshore and offshore) and by region – global forecast to …

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The patriot financier who financed the War of Independence

Without Robert Morris, the American Revolution might have been crushed under a mountain of debt and disorder. The self-made millionaire from Philadelphia never wanted to become a politician, but was pushed into his service by the Continental Congress when he needed a saucy and shrewd capitalist who could manage America’s …

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When does the shipping crisis end?

You will have a hard time finding a tire dealer who is not in some way affected by the ongoing shipping crisis. From prolonged delivery delays to sky-high freight rates, the slowdown continues to throw a wrench into supply chains – and many merchants are shouldering the burden. What is …

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A cargo ship is losing oil in the Atlantic

In 2019, the 656-foot cargo ship Golden Ray capsized in St. Simons Sound, east of the port of Brunswick, Georgia. Loaded with 4,200 cars, a crew of 24 and full of fuel, it spilled oil into the Atlantic. Crews have been removing parts of the ship since last year, but …

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Indy Company Helps Companies Cope With Ship Tsunami

A shipwreck in the port of New York / New Jersey. (Associated press photo) Call it the perfect “shipping” storm or just an unprecedented convergence of growing consumer demand, a shortage of freight containers, a COVID-rippled supply chain, and frantic costs. Whatever you call it, the global shipping industry is …

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Ocean shipping market size will reach $ 188.57 billion

Pune, India, August 05, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The global ocean-going market will gain momentum with ongoing innovations in the shipping industry to improve energy efficiency. As a result, companies are quickly switching to environmentally friendly hybrid propulsion systems to reduce costs and efficiency. Fortune Business Insights â„¢ compiles this …

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Golf ports are expanding their path to higher profits

FREEPORT, Texas – Located in southeast Texas where the Brazos River meets the Gulf of Mexico, Port Freeport is one of the best ports to accommodate larger ships crossing the expanded Panama Canal, officials say. It is one of several ports that have embarked on massive expansion projects in recent …

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