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Bangladesh Moves to Ease Congestion at Chittagong Port After Two-Week Delays

The Chittagong Port Authority has taken steps to alleviate the congestion situation at Bangladesh’s top port, but no comprehensive plan is in the works to fix what has been a long-term logistical problem.

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Cargo Imports Could Hit New Record as Merchants Stock Up

As retailers enter the back-to-school season and begin to stock up for holiday selling, July and August are shaping up to be two of the busiest months ever seen for imports at the nation’s major container ports.

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Shipping Survey Calls for Greater Efficiency, Tech Upgrade

With an estimated 90% of all world trade carried by ship, there's a critical need for improved collaboration and efficiency through the adoption of new technology-driven models and processes.

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Little Impact Felt From Truckers Strike at LA-Long Beach Port

Truck drivers and warehouse workers from companies serving the Long Beach and Los Angeles ports were in the second day of a strike on Tuesday, although port officials said minimal disruption was being felt.

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