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    By the numbers: Biden's budget priorities for supply chains

    The president's requests to Congress include funding for ports, highways, electrification and domestic manufacturing.

    By March 30, 2022
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    'Fourth-party risk' rising during supply chain disruption

    Businesses seeking to curb the threats from cyberattacks, high inflation and pandemic interruptions confront an added layer of risk from sub-contractors, KPMG said.

    By Jim Tyson • March 29, 2022
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    Sustainable supply chains

    Companies expanded sustainability efforts after the pandemic showed how disruption can wreak havoc on supply chains.

    By Supply Chain Dive staff
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    SEC proposes 'rules of the road' for climate risk disclosures

    Investors with $130 trillion in assets under management have pushed for consistent, comparable disclosures on climate risk, SEC Chair Gary Gensler said Monday.

    By Jim Tyson • March 28, 2022
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    US ramps up sanctions, plans to reduce Europe's energy reliance on Russia

    Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has complicated businesses' efforts to overcome supply chain disruptions.

    By Jim Tyson , March 25, 2022
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    Tracking the air cargo industry's response to Russia's war on Ukraine

    Latvia-based airline airBaltic is using a multimodal transportation system to deliver cargo from Kyiv to major European hubs.

    By Updated May 12, 2022
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    Strained oat supply pushes Oatly to raise prices, expand sourcing

    Oat production reached near-record low levels following drought conditions across the U.S. and Canada.

    By March 24, 2022
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    Lack of recycled resin could challenge company sustainability goals

    Many brands have plans to increase recycled content in their packaging by 2025. But supply will likely outstrip demand.

    By Megan Quinn • March 23, 2022
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    Cyberattack on freight forwarder slows Clarus' logistics

    The outdoor lifestyle products maker's business has been impacted "by anywhere from a half a month to a full month of receipts," its COO said.

    By March 22, 2022
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    Supply chain disruptions bring tax headaches

    Remote workers, and in some cases independent contractors, can also change a company’s state tax situation, specialists say.

    By Robert Freedman • March 22, 2022
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    Shenzhen charters freighter to reduce Hong Kong border snags

    China's efforts to curb COVID-19's spread have already put pressure on air cargo rates and forced carriers to adapt.

    By March 21, 2022
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    TL spot rates climb as Canadian Pacific shuts down due to labor dispute

    The railroad locked out workers and is halting operations after failing to reach an agreement with the union. 

    By Updated March 20, 2022
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    Weather, disease spark citrus supply woes

    Prices of fruit including oranges and tangerines have spiked, according to the Consumer Price Index.

    By Chris Casey • March 17, 2022
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    Port of Los Angeles container volumes could 'soften' this spring

    The ripple effects of factory shutdowns in China might benefit port operations, Executive Director Gene Seroka said in a briefing.

    By March 16, 2022
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    White House plans to launch supply chain data-sharing portal

    The Freight Logistics Optimization Works initiative, led by the U.S. Department of Transportation, aims to produce a proof-of-concept freight information exchange by the end of summer. 

    By March 16, 2022
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    Supply chains top CFO business risk concerns

    Finance leaders are wrestling with shortages and delays while demand-side pressure from customers can require costly inventory build-up. 

    By Robert Freedman • March 15, 2022
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    Shenzhen lockdowns to further shock supply chains

    Some companies have already suspended operations as coronavirus restrictions hit one of China's prominent manufacturing and port cities.

    By March 14, 2022
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    Biden bans more imports from Russia

    Alcohol and seafood are on the latest list of products affected as the U.S. prepares to alter trade relations.

    By March 11, 2022
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    Ukraine crisis, rising fuel costs drive up air cargo surcharges

    Airspace restrictions have also rendered some flights between Asia and Europe economically infeasible, said Flexport executive Neel Jones Shah.

    By March 11, 2022
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    Russia bans wide range of exports in response to Western sanctions

    The country will suspend exports of over 200 products including medical and tech equipment until the end of the year.

    By March 10, 2022
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    'Every ship is full': Ocean issues expected to continue through 2023

    Low capacity and vessel delays are here to stay, industry insiders said at the TPM22 conference in Long Beach, California. 

    By March 9, 2022
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    'Price-wage spiral' boosting inflation: Moody's

    CFOs confront the harshest inflationary pressures in decades, with supply bottlenecks and labor market pressures persisting.

    By Jim Tyson • March 9, 2022
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    White House ends Russian oil, energy imports into US

    President Joe Biden said the actions would "inflict further pain on Putin, but there will be cost as well here."

    By Jim Stinson • March 8, 2022
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    Size matters: How Walmart and Target dominated amid disruption, inflation

    Both retailers leaned on their scale to get goods on shelves and keep prices low, at least relative to the industry. 

    By Ben Unglesbee • March 8, 2022
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    Long flights, grounded fleets: How the war in Ukraine could alter heavy airfreight capacity

    Many planes capable of transporting heavy goods are part of fleets from Ukraine and Russia.

    By March 4, 2022
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    Ukraine war compounds supply chain issues in construction

    The conflict is likely to drive fuel, copper and aluminum prices higher.

    By Joe Bousquin • March 3, 2022