Supply Ship

Food shortages in the US are worsening as supplies are drying up from the pandemic

Jan 14 (Reuters) – High demand for groceries coupled with rising freight costs and Omicron-related labor shortages are causing a new round of backlogs at processed food and fresh produce companies, resulting in empty supermarket shelves at major retailers across the United States. Before the pandemic, perishable growers on the …

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The gas crisis in Europe depends on cold, high prices attracting supply

FRANKFURT, Germany – Europe’s natural gas crisis is not easing. The reserves are low. The prices are high. Utility customers are hit by higher bills. The large Russian supplier Gazprom no longer sells gas as it used to. The question arises: How exactly does Europe, which imports the majority of …

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Older reefer vessels reactivated as SA seasonal exports come under pressure

Credit-Schifffinder.com By Charlie Bartlett, European correspondent 11/01/2022 South African exports are coming under pressure due to increasing traffic jams and the lack of available reefer containers. This had several knock-on effects, including the retirement of older-style mass refrigerated ships. The congestion caused by the same phenomena affecting supply chains elsewhere …

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Barrie Hewlett Obituary – Florida Times-Union

HEWLETT Barrie Wayne Hewlett stepped into the presence of his master on New Year’s Eve 2021. He loved his family and friends, and they loved him and will miss him. He is remembered by those who knew him as a man of honesty and fidelity to his God and to …

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Terminal 5 on Harbor Island is home to the first container ship since the renovation; Phase one is now complete

MSC Monterey docked at Terminal 5 in West Seattle. The arrival of this container ship marks the end of the first phase of the renovation of Terminal 5. Photo of Russ Reading Photography The Northwest Seaport Alliance and SSA Marine announced on Friday that the renovation phase of Terminal 5 …

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US Port Ambassador: Pandemic has shown the “fundamental reality” of the supply chain and the need for increased resilience

John Porcari, Port Envoy for the White House Supply Chain Task Force, spoke at the White House press conference yesterday, addressing questions about Omicron’s impact on ports, getting medical care where it is needed on time, trucking shortage and much more. Porcari reviewed the work of the task force – …

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The supply of monoclonal antibodies is resumed

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama (WDEF) – The Alabama Department of Health reports that the government has resumed shipping of monoclonal antibodies to treat Covid patients. The supply was stopped on December 23 by the federal government. The supply was already limited when a study showed that 2 of the 3 monoclonal antibody …

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Covid updates: New York reports 85,000 cases, a new daily record

The Puerto Rico Department of Health is conducting drive-through molecular and antigen tests for Covid-19 in Loiza, Puerto Rico on Friday.Credit…Gabriella N. Baez for the New York Times The United States is in the midst of a spike averaging more than 300,000 new cases per day for the first time …

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There are long lines for coronavirus tests on New Year’s Eve

MIAMI GARDENS, Florida. – People continue to crowd test sites across South Florida, creating long lines. The increase in cases also led to changes to the mask rules at Miami-Dade public schools and an important statement from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on cruises. “I think I’ve been …

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Supply chain issues are affecting New Years Eve plans for some people in Green County – FOX23 News

GLENPOOL, Oklahoma – With the New Year only days away, supply chain issues are affecting fireworks stores. If you are planning to start the new year off with a bang, it may cost more as stores suffer from shipping issues. Melissa Torkleson of Big Blast Fireworks in Glenpool says she …

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