Russian invasion propels price of ship fuel to historic high
The price of ship fuel was flirting with a new record even before Russia invaded Ukraine. Then war broke out, and the highs of the past were left far behind. Ship fuel costs have “gone parabolic,” said Braemar ACM Shipbroking.
Northwest Seaport Alliance joins Long Beach efforts to digitize data
The ports of Seattle and Tacoma will join the Port of Long Beach’s efforts on data sharing through its Supply Chain Information Highway, according to a press release from the Long Beach port on Thursday.
How will tariffs affect supply chain sustainability efforts for global manufacturers?
Tariffs play a role in both imports and exports, so a supply chain software platform that can manage various types of flows is important, especially when it comes to sustainability initiatives.
FMCSArelaxes rules for truck driver-assist devices
Manufacturers of driver-assist technology for trucks will have an easier time getting their systems installed thanks to a petition by Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) and approved by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.