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White House Continues Efforts to Unsnarl Supply Chain

White House Continues Efforts to Unsnarl Supply Chain

While the new bipartisan infrastructure bill passed by Congress will result in long-term improvements at the nation’s ports, where backlogs of intermodal containers have been a focus of the supply-chain problems that have plagued the country and the globe, near-term efforts from the federal government are still continuing.

November 10, 2021

California Governor Takes Steps to Address Port Backlogs

California Governor Takes Steps to Address Port Backlogs

What can be done about the supply-chain crisis and the backlogs at West Coast ports? As California’s governor follows President Biden’s example in taking action to try to address the issue, no one can agree on how to fix it.

October 22, 2021

Will Biden's 24/7 Port Plan Alleviate Supply Chain Problems?
Biden: 24/7 Operations to Help Supply Chain

Biden: 24/7 Operations to Help Supply Chain

President Biden announced that the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, as well as major retailers, will move to 24-hour, seven-day-a-week operations to address supply-chain bottlenecks.

October 13, 2021

Southern California Ports Take Steps to Reduce Delays
Intermodal Chassis Tariffs: ‘Timing Couldn’t be Worse’
Intermodal Woes Challenge Logistics and Supply Chains

Intermodal Woes Challenge Logistics and Supply Chains

Intermodal freight transportation is booming, but port congestion and problems getting enough containers and chassis to the right place at the right time are snarling logistics for many companies.

April 27, 2021

NRF: U.S. Container Port Traffic Expected to Grow Dramatically
Blume Uses Data to Speed Truck Turnaround Time at Ports
COVID-19 Still Brings Uncertainty to 2021 Trucking Outlook

COVID-19 Still Brings Uncertainty to 2021 Trucking Outlook

As the COVID-19 vaccine helps return life to normal later in the year, the effect on trucking freight and rates will vary as consumer spending is expected to shift back toward services. That’s one takeaway from the transportation analysts at FTR in a recent webinar, “Preparing for 2021.”

January 18, 2021

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