Energy Transition to Respond to the Climate Crisis

Energy Transition to Respond to the Climate Crisis

Energy Transition to Respond to the Climate Crisis Written by han & summer The global energy market is changing rapidly. In addition, disasters caused by rapid climate change, such as large-scale wildfires, are changing lives completely. The aftermath is not only damaging the environment but also extending to the economy and finance. The word that…

How the railroad strike affect the logistics business in the future?

How the railroad strike affect the logistics business in the future?

How the railroad strike affect the logistics business in the future? Written by han & summer The railroad union strike began in 1992 and occurred in the entire state except the east. The white House said it cost the economy $1 billion a day in 1992- $2.1 billion in today’s value. Freight transportation and all…

Defend Houston Harbor from Natural Disasters

Defend Houston Harbor from Natural Disasters

Defend Houston Harbor from Natural Disasters Written by han & summer Natural disasters have always occurred on earth. Still, in this century, the Arctic Sea ice and atmospheric environment change due to global warming significantly influence the frequency, period, and intensity of natural disasters. Currently, the global supply chain is reaching its limit due to…

Shipping Industry Took a Turn for The Worse Due to Red Flags for Consumption

Shipping Industry Took a Turn for The Worse Due to Red Flags for Consumption

Shipping Industry Took a Turn for The Worse Due to Red Flags for Consumption Written by Han & Summer Do you remember the western port strike in the U.S.? Regarding negotiating a new contract, it was a conflict between dockworkers and their employers because of job security, restriction of wage increases, and opposition to automation…

The Rise of Texas

The Rise of Texas

The Rise of Texas Written by Han & Summer All ports are on the way to normalization after recovering from the aftermath of the logistics disruption caused by Corona. More than 95% of the world’s imports and exports are transported by ocean. In addition, many of the products produced worldwide are transported by ships through…

Amazon Trying to Swallow Everything in Logistics

Amazon Trying to Swallow Everything in Logistics

Amazon trying to swallow everything in logistics Written by Han & Summer After the coronavirus, the world realized the importance of supply chains more and more. A situation has arisen where supplies do not arrive, or the manufacturer is unable to supply essential materials. Both companies and consumers have realized the importance of the value…

One of the biggest strikes in US history is brewing at UPS

One of the biggest strikes in US history is brewing at UPS

One of the biggest strikes in US history is brewing at UPS Written by Stephanie Castaneda It is in our utmost interest to be attentive to current labor movements as they can affect all aspects of business. There is an upcoming expiring contract between America’s oldest unions, Teamsters Union, and the world’s biggest package courier,…

Port Houston sees huge bump in steel cargo

Port Houston sees huge bump in steel cargo

Port Houston sees huge bump in steel cargo Written by Stephanie Castaneda Port Houston sees huge bump in steel cargo Port Houston’s steel cargo exports recorded a 1,874% year-over-year increase in January to 21,992 tons. Imports of steel at the port recorded a 176% year-over-year increase to 440,883 tons. The year-over-year increased demand is part…

Trans-Pacific shipping lane targeted as green corridor

Trans-Pacific shipping lane targeted as green corridor

Trans-Pacific shipping lane targeted as green corridor Written by Stephanie Castaneda Trans-Pacific shipping lane targeted as green corridor It was decided that these two ports would work together based on cargo volume; the port of Los Angeles has been the busiest container port in the Western Hemisphere for the past 20 years, and its top…

U.S borders to close off on unvaccinated Canadian, Mexican truck drivers

U.S borders to close off on unvaccinated Canadian, Mexican truck drivers

U.S borders to close off on unvaccinated Canadian, Mexican truck drivers Written by Stephanie Castaneda U.S borders to close off on unvaccinated Canadian, Mexican truck drivers According to the Department of Homeland Security, the U.S will close its borders to unvaccinated and partially vaccinated Canadian and Mexican truck drivers. This new regulation is as a…

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