South Brooklyn development adds to crucial wind-port inventory

Solving vertical clearance issue opens acreage for offshore operations
Revealed: Biden’s steel tariff policy

Recent agreements with Japan and the EU indicate the administration’s hybrid approach

Will retailing supply-chain ease in 2022?
South Jersey’s Port of Salem – part of a developing DE River wind-energy logistics chain

Redevelopment and upgraded rail connectivity are a good start, but the one-time fishing harbor needs more funding to bring a regional vision to fruition.
North America’s middle ground: New cargo routes to and from the Midwest

The pandemic-fueled supply-chain mess has spurred innovations, including greater use of air cargo, Gulf and Great Lakes ports
Canadian softwood lumber: US tariffs, domestic capacity and supply-chain chaos

With the supply chain for building materials clogged, Canadian exporters and United States importers of softwood lumber want the Biden administration to do something about the U.S. tariffs imposed on that commodity.
Wood pellets – a growing industry along the Gulf of Mexico

Earlier this month, Enviva, a Maryland-based producer of wood pellets, announced its first industrial contract with an unnamed European customer.

Bipartisan infrastructure bill – good for aluminum
The steel and aluminum tariffs deal – more politics than trade

The bottom line is that the traditional Atlantic allies are working together again on common interests.
Refrigerated cargoes expected to continue growth into 2022

As will freight rates – but preferential treatment and technology deployment will help mitigate supply-chain problems.

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