Black Friday causes toxic congestion in US ports and warehouses

With millions of Americans rushing to take advantage of Black Friday deals this weekend, the shopping spree will add to a pollution crisis in American ports. For months, disrupted supply chains have been polluting the port districts with more pollution than they normally can endure. The holiday season will make …

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Langh Ship and Outokumpu are intensifying their cooperation by starting a new construction project

Langh Ship has ordered three multipurpose dry cargo ships to serve Outokumpu on the short sea route between Finland and continental Europe. Outokumpu, a global leader in stainless steel and a pioneer in sustainability, has signed a long-term time charter with the Finnish shipping company Langh Ship for three newbuildings …

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Greece goes green with the goal of leading the global decarbonization of shipping

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said his country is pushing the green transformation of its economy to become a world leader in decarbonizing the shipping industry. Mr Mitsotakis, who became prime minister in July 2019 after a landslide election victory that made him head the country’s first majority government in …

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Carl: Biden’s war on American energy

From day one in office, President Biden and his administration have been at war with American energy. Less than a year after his presidency, we are already feeling the negative effects of his policy on the pump, on our heating bill and on the prices of practically all consumer goods. …

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New Chinese data law set to worsen shipping congestion

A change in Chinese law affects companies’ ability to manage increasingly convoluted global supply chains. China’s Personal Data Protection Act, which came into effect on November 1, aims to strengthen the Chinese state’s control over how China’s domestic and foreign organizations collect and export data. The law has resulted in …

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KPT Shipping Movement Report – UrduPoint

This was followed by ship movements in the Karachi Port Trust (KPT) during the last 48 hours, which ended at 7:00 a.m. on Monday KARACHI, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News – November 22, 2021): This was followed by ship movements in the Karachi Port Trust (KPT) during the last 48 …

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The holiday season is a great test of Biden’s economy

Black Friday this week will be a crucial start for President BidenJoe BidenBiden speaks in the business world on Tuesday, with the Fed pick imminent as the U.S. economy struggles to shake off the borders of the coronavirus pandemic. COVID-19 stifled the regular 2020 Christmas boom, but retailers and manufacturers …

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Opinion / Editorial: Virginia Seizes Opportunity to Lead in Wind Energy |

Dominion already has the first offshore wind turbine in federal waters, a pilot project with two giant turbines off Virginia Beach. It is interesting and encouraging that the surveillance shows that the underwater supports for the turbines have become a haven for marine life. Siemens Gamesa cited its existing partnership …

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DVIDS – News – Naval forces from Australia, Canada, Germany, Japan and the USA meet at ANNUALEX 2021

PHILIPPINE SEA – Naval Forces from Australia, Canada, Germany, Japan and the United States are uniting to conduct the multilateral, multinational exercise ANNUALEX in the Philippine Sea from November 21-30. Five international Marines, including the Royal Australian Navy (RAN), the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN), the German Navy (GMN), the Japan …

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Port congestion: Port congestion in Asia is easing while the US battles the import flood

Asia’s largest ports are showing signs of congestion easing before the holiday season, a potentially positive move for major US trading ports still grappling with import inflows. Total traffic in Shanghai-Ningbo was down 0.2% from the previous week and the number of ships in Hong Kong-Shenzhen was down 10.4%, according …

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