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Baltimore Bridge Collapse: An Opportunity to Reinforce the Importance of Supply Chain Resilience

Logistics Viewpoints

The Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore being struck by the Dali and collapsing is an unpredictable disruption to the supply chains of several industries including automobiles, coal, and agricultural machinery. Coal industry: The Port of Baltimore is the largest coal port in the country, handling about 20 million tons of coal per year.

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Bridging Disruption: Control Tower Helps Customers Navigate the Tragedy in Baltimore

BlueYonder

Who can forget watching the shocking footage of the Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse in Baltimore? It closed the Port of Baltimore to ship traffic. Baltimore ranks first in the movement of automobiles and light trucks. In addition, cargo ships bound for Baltimore were suddenly brought to a standstill, unsure how to proceed.

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Port of Baltimore to Reopen

Supply Chain Matters

A little over eight weeks since a container ship slammed into the Francis Scott Key Bridge spanning an entrance to the Port of Baltimore , the main channel is on track to open by the end of May. The post Port of Baltimore to Reopen first appeared on The Ferrari Consulting and Research Group / Supply Chain Management.

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Baltimore Bridge Disaster: Supply Chain Impacts & Solutions

MercuryGate

As the dust continues to settle from Baltimore's Key Bridge calamity and reality sinks in, it begs a profound question: How do we survive when a main supply chain artery is suddenly severed? The post Baltimore Bridge Disaster: Supply Chain Impacts & Solutions appeared first on MercuryGate International.

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Port of Baltimore Bridge Collapse Update

Supply Chain Matters

It has been just over two weeks since a container ship lost power and crashed into a support pylon of Baltimore, Maryland’s Francis Scott Key Bridge in the early morning hours of March 26. miles to partially collapse into the Patapsco River , blocking the main shipping channel that leads to the Port of Baltimore.

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Baltimore Bridge Collapse- A Reminder of Supply Chain Risk

Supply Chain Matters

A day has passed after a container ship lost power and crashed into a support pylon of Baltimore, Maryland’s Francis Scott Key Bridge in the early morning hours of March 26. miles to partially collapse into the Patapsco River that leads to the Port of Baltimore. The collision caused this massive bridge spanning 1.6 All rights reserved.

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SEKO Logistics Launches New Facilities in Baltimore and Charlotte

Supply Chain Brain

east coast in Baltimore, Maryland and Charlotte, North Carolina. SEKO Logistics, a provider of complete supply chain solutions, has recently opened new regional distribution hubs on the U.S.