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Baltimore shipping channel reopens 11 weeks after Key Bridge collapse

June 11, 2024

Army Corps of Engineers says passageway now safe for transit

Gulf Coast ports report mixed cargo movements in April

May 28, 2024

Cargo shipments climb in Houston, fare worse in New Orleans, Corpus Christi

What early freight orders for peak season show — CNBC Supply Chain Survey

May 17, 2024

Keen companies are ready for peak season

New shipping routes highlight growing Asia-to-Mexico trade

May 08, 2024

MSC, CMA CGM and Cosco launch express shipping services connecting Asian countries to Mexico

Gulf Coast ports report cargo volume surge in March

April 25, 2024

Container flows rise in Houston, New Orleans, Mobile; exports fall in Corpus Christi

Port of Baltimore calamity shows supply chain’s vulnerabilities

April 01, 2024

Despite progress, supply chains are still at risk

Baltimore bridge collapse may cost billions, dramatically disrupt supply chains

March 26, 2024

Port of Baltimore handled over $80 billion worth of cargo in 2023

How China skirts tariffs into the US

March 26, 2024

(And why that might be OK)

Threat of strike looms large over East, Gulf Coast ports

February 26, 2024

Labor contract expires at height of 2024’s peak season

Despite dim outlook, January imports grew at fastest pace in 7 years

February 12, 2024

Descartes: US imports in January up 7.9% over December

Is the Red Sea effect on container shipping being overblown?

January 30, 2024

Drewry: ‘Ample spare capacity’ for liners to handle diversions

Red Sea-driven surge in container shipping rates loses momentum

January 26, 2024

Spot indexes level off as market adjusts to new round-Africa ‘normal’

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