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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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Retail Imports Slow but Still On Track for Record Growth

The rate of import growth at the nation’s major retail container ports has slowed after double-digit surges earlier this year, but volume should nonetheless hit an all-time high by the end of the summer, according to the monthly Global Port Tracker report.

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EU Said to Issue Air Cargo Ban From Bangladesh

The European Union has put Bangladesh on a list of high-risk countries for operating air cargo services the EU countries, according to press reports out of Bangladesh, citing the Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh.

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Shipping Issues and Uncertainty Upset Logistics Landscape

Shipping and the logistics surrounding it can be considered the soft underbelly of the apparel and textile supply chain, and certain issues arising today may be set to expose its flaws.

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