The Friday Five: The strongest and most important link in the supply chain
Congestion rises on multiple fronts due to black swans and systemic issues, while there finally seems to be some good news coming out of Long Beach and Los Angeles. Also, the Ever Given is back!
The Friday Five: COP26 sees nations unite on zero-emission ocean shipping
While coverage of COP26 has been all but scarce this past week, this week’s Friday Five has the supply chain angle to Glasgow’s buzzing talks, plus a port congestion update and an innovation win for Walmart.
The Friday Five: What does the power crunch mean for logistics?
A power crisis in Europe and Asia and desperation from global transport workers continue to fuel supply chain chaos. Plus, powerhouse Nike is still struggling and the toilet paper saga returns in this week's Friday Five.
The Friday Five: Consumers boost retail spending despite supply chain strains
U.S. demand increases and Maersk continues its acquisition spree as even more pressure is heaped on the already strained supply chain. All this and more in this week's Friday Five.
The Friday Five: China cautious toward Taliban leadership as backlogs grow on both sides of the Pacific
China approaches the geopolitical developments west of Xinjiang with caution, congestion worsens on both of the Pacific as Ningbo is scheduled to start a phased reopening, and the gender gap in the supply chain field is slowly closing.
The Friday Five: Shipping demand stronger than ever with no signs of slowing down
The back-to-school rush continues while port congestion is stretching towards an all-time high and carriers are having spectacular financial results. All this and more in this week's Friday Five!
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