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News & Notes - June 6

Wednesday, June 05, 2019 11:19 AM | Anna Thies (Administrator)

Port News

Port Authority Reports Volume Growth (Times & Democrat)

Community Groups Collaborate to Shape Redevelopment (The Chronicle)

Big Ocean Cargo Carriers Join Blockchain Initiative (WSJ)

New Charleston Container Gate Hours July 1, 2019 (SCPA)

Sea Level Rise Could Cost US Ports $57 Billion to $78 Billion in Upgrades (AJOT)


Chinese Goods Navigate Alternate Trade Routes to US Shores (Asian review)

Hapag Lloyd Launches IoT Powered Supply Chain Solution (Port Tech)

Maersk and DB Schenker Unite on Eco Front (Port Tech)

Zim Invests in Advanced Reefer Containers (Port Tech)

Truck/ Rail

Savannah Announces Huge Rail Network (Port Tech)

Railroads Want to Move Faster.  Shippers Are Paying the Price (WSJ)

Port of Virginia Lays Out Rail Strategies (American Shipper)

FRA Withdraws Proposed Train Crew Staffing Rule (Progressive Railroading)


US Coast Guard Warns On Renewed Cyber Attacks Aimed at Shipping (Splash247)

Logistics/Supply Chain

Forecast See US Warehousing Market Cool Down (WSJ)

Logistics Operators Brace For Import Rush Ahead of US Tariffs on Mexico Products (WSJ)

Digital Forwarders Gaining Traction (Lloyd’s List)

Hurricane Season Begins: Lessons in Supply Chain Disaster Preparedness (Supply Chain)

The Last Yard: The Final Logistics Frontier (Supply Chain)


US Automakers Sweat Under Threat of Tariffs on Mexican Imports (WSJ)

Trade Tension Deal Tractor Makers a Fresh Blow (WSJ)


Issue 21 of The Navigator Keeps a Weather Eye (Maritime Exec)

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