Reducing attack surface is key to shoring up security, expert says.
As turbines grow in size, few vessels in the worldwide fleet can accommodate them.
But with global economies slowing, where will it end up?
A shift away from e-commerce sees more development at the periphery of metro areas; higher wages help attract workers to new facilities.
Service reliability is more important, says port official; intermodal growth could get NYNJ to top spot
It’s against the Shipping Act, in some circumstances, for carriers to require shippers to use specific chassis providers.
Increased domestic construction and infrastructure spending, and a positive economic outlook for 2023, could mean increased steel consumption at home.
Green steel attracts investment. But clean electricity remains the key.
Despite accelerated activity by major TCL players, new capacity will likely “fall well short of market demand.”
Cargo operations are also being rationalized, with Savannah to specialize in handling containers while breakbulk and ro/ro will head to Brunswick. Retaining West Coast diverted freight a priority.
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