Golden Ray wreckage continues leaking oil off Georgia coast

The Supply Chain Journal

Cleanup crews are still working around the clock to stop oil leaking from the Golden Ray, a roll-on/roll-off (ro-ro) vessel that capsized off the coast of Georgia nearly two years ago. 8, 2019, in the sound after departing from the Port of Brunswick, Georgia.

Georgia Ports Authority kicks of FY2022 with record July

The Supply Chain Journal

The Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) took off with a running start in July, the first month of its 2022 fiscal year. I’d like to thank our GPA employees and the Georgia logistics community for the long hours and hard work they are putting in to handle this unprecedented business.”.

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Container Ship Backlog Grows at Port of Savannah

Supply Chain Brain

A backup of 40 container ships has grown off Georgia’s Port of Savannah, raising fresh concerns that goods arriving for the fall will face new delays as operators scramble to keep shipments moving

Southeast US ports seek to ramp up container capacity

The Supply Chain Journal

Southeast, the Georgia Ports Authority announced Tuesday. It’s not just Georgia that is seeking to ramp up container capacity. The grant also calls for the deepening of the Jacksonville shipping channel to 47 feet. Two Southeast U.S.

FreightWaves Classics: Nation’s lighthouses “protect our coasts and guide our sailors”

The Supply Chain Journal

Ships today have navigational and communications aids that were almost unthinkable even 50 years ago, much less in the 1700s. Even with their 21st century equipment, many ships still rely on lighthouse beacons to guide them to safety and away from danger. .

Port of Savannah container moves jumped 48% in March

The Supply Chain Journal

Georgia’s Port of Savannah just reported an all-time high: 498,000 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) of container throughput in March, up 48% year on year. The Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) has now handled 3.9 By this month, the number of ships at anchor dropped to the single digits.

Cold Chain Summit: Containerized ocean shipping tech undergoing major evolution

The Supply Chain Journal

DETAILS: Moving temperature-sensitive foods using ocean shipping containers takes a collaborative effort in technology. Refrigerated shipping containers developer SeaCube is supporting that effort with its container leasing strategy.

The Aftermath of a Capsized Cargo Ship

All Things Supply Chain

On September 8th, the cargo ship Golden Ray capsized off the coast of the state of Georgia. At the time, the ship was carrying 24 people and 4,000 vehicles. Shortly… General Supply Chain Management

Want your own farm? This one comes in a shipping container

The Supply Chain Journal

Shipping containers haul food, sure. Just 5 gallons of water per day and the right amount of LED lighting, carbon dioxide, nutrients and humidity can yield bountiful harvests in shipping container farms — no pesticides or herbicides needed. Shipping container modifications.

Port of Savannah sets another record, but growth seen slowing

The Supply Chain Journal

The growth performance of the past two fiscal years can’t be sustained, especially with ships and berthing terminals already full, he said. “It’s Maritime News Georgia Ports Authority Port of Savannah

Less than Truckload Freight Rates: Atlanta, Georgia

Freightera

LTL Freight Rates: from Major Cities in the USA to Atlanta, Georgia. If you’re shipping pallets within the USA, you’ll be interested in seeing our new rate discounts! The post Less than Truckload Freight Rates: Atlanta, Georgia appeared first on Freightera Blog.

Dredging project temporarily slows vessel activity at Port of Savannah

The Supply Chain Journal

So it is at the Port of Savannah in Georgia, where dredging activity to deepen berths is delaying cargo transfers for container vessels by about two days, according to port officials and shipping companies.

Top Stories of the Year – A Look Back at The Volatile, Crazy Shipping Year of 2021

Intelligent Audit

As the megaship was transporting freight through the Suez Canal, winds in the area pushed the ship ajar. The ship blocked all transit throughout the Suez Canal for six days in March. The Peak Shipping Season Grew Even Longer. Freight Shipping shipping

Top Stories of the Year – A Look Back at The Volatile, Crazy Shipping Year of 2022

Intelligent Audit

As the megaship was transporting freight through the Suez Canal, winds in the area pushed the ship ajar. The ship blocked all transit throughout the Suez Canal for six days in March. The Peak Shipping Season Grew Even Longer. Freight Shipping shipping

California congestion nears new high, East Coast gridlock worsens

The Supply Chain Journal

It’s only mid-August — the early days of peak shipping season — but the record for container ships anchored off California is already on the verge of being broken. On Saturday, there were 68 ships of all types at anchor, yet another record.

Georgia: Enabling Business Growth Through Collaboration

Inbound Logistics

From well-designed redundancies across intermodal shipping methods to creative solutions when the unexpected happens, Georgia’s logistics industry is positioned to help shippers connect, compete, and grow

US ports face peak-season ‘gridlock plus’ as anchorages fill

The Supply Chain Journal

The number of container ships at anchor in San Pedro Bay off the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach rose back to 30 on July 23. The 2021 low — nine container ships at anchor in San Pedro Bay — was hit on June 18, as fallout from the port closure in Yantian, China, further pared arrivals.

Port Houston sees $75B in trade in first half of 2021

The Supply Chain Journal

Golden Ray wreckage continues leaking oil off Georgia coast. American Shipper Maritime News container shipping Crude oil shipping Houston Ship Channel International trade Port Houston

The Takeaway from CSCMP Conference: The Data Problem Runs Deep

Talking Logistics

Alejandra Dorronsoro, Senior International Logistics Manager at Georgia Pacific Cellulose noted at the conference: “We spend so much time gathering data. Compain co-founded ClearMetal after working in Hong Kong at one of the world’s largest container-shipping companies. Guest Commentary Guest Commentary - ClearMetal Supply Chain Technology Trends AI artificial intelligence ClearMetal CSCMP EDGE 2017 data quality Georgia Pacific Panalpina

Containers Piling Up at U.S. Rail Yards Add to Port Strains

Supply Chain Brain

To understand why more than 100 container ships are waiting to enter U.S. ports from Southern California to Savannah, Georgia, it helps to keep tabs on the congestion that’s building at another key junction of freight transportation: rail yards

US considering foreign tankers to move domestic fuel supplies

The Supply Chain Journal

Department of Transportation (DOT) is assessing whether American tankers can meet emergency fuel demands caused by the Colonial Pipeline shutdown or if foreign ships will be needed to help fill the gap. shipping industry has usually opposed them.”. flag shipping U.S. The U.S.

Import gains at top US container gateways go ballistic

The Supply Chain Journal

Looking at individual ports, trailing three-month volumes rose the most in Los Angeles (+48.1%), followed by Long Beach (+44.5%), Savannah, Georgia (+32.8) California’s port pileup leaves old records in the dust New video shows massive scope of California box-ship traffic jam.

FedEx Announces New March 2022 International Shipping Surcharges

Intelligent Audit

It’s impossible to paint the new international shipping surcharges with the broad strokes of the past, and shippers need to know exactly what to expect and what countries are affected. FedEx Express International Shipping Surcharges. APAC Outbound International Shipping Surcharges.

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Will US consumers throttle back on buying stuff?

The Supply Chain Journal

Another holiday shopping and shipping season is just four months away. AskWaves Logistics/Supply Chains Maritime News Top Stories Trucking Truckload Truckload Carriers Bank of America Bloomberg Intelligence CCIM Institute Flexport FreightWaves Georgia Ports Authority

Panama spread hits all-time high as shippers flee to east coast

The Supply Chain Journal

Spot rates for shipping 40-foot containers from China to the North American east coast jumped 23% this past week, pushing the cost over $9,000 for the first time since the index was created. Chart of the Week Freightos Baltic Index maritime shipping maritime shipping rates Panama spread

FreightWaves Classics: Port of Jacksonville is building for the future

The Supply Chain Journal

Johns River is one of the best natural seaports in the Southeast; therefore shipping has been an important component of the local economy since the city was founded. Cotton and timber were traded and shipped from the port before Florida became a state in 1845.

What’s next after “Shanghai Shutdown” pummels ports?

CargoBarn

Worldwide container shipping and the supply chain as a whole have felt the reverberations from the “Shanghai Shutdown.” While the backlog in Chinese ports will eventually clear, the effects on domestic ports and intermodal shipping will be long-lasting.

Peak season: Let the chaos commence

The Supply Chain Journal

A lack of openings on ocean sailing schedules, ships waiting longer to berth at the ports and delays unloading the freight once it has landed are some of the front-end issues facing the transportation industry.

Produce Season 2022: What To Expect and How To Navigate It

GlobalTranz

As we know, produce season brings higher shipping rates and tightened shipping capacity across the market. As fruits and vegetables are harvested — starting first in southeastern regions and then moving north — there will be a spike in time-sensitive shipping volume.

The Definitive Guide on Produce Season Transportation Impacts

Zipline Logistics

Produce season transportation can have an impact on your freight, even if you do not ship grains, fruits, or vegetables. Even if you don’t grow or ship produce, your transportation performance and spend can still be directly impacted. Georgia.

FreightWaves Classics: U.S. military logistics help make it the world’s best

The Supply Chain Journal

sumi class tank landing ship JS ?sumi, In 1952, an installation was established in Albany, Georgia. Introduction. Memorial Day is observed on the last Monday of May. It honors the men and women who died while serving in the U.S. military.

Chief officer’s ballast level error blamed for Golden Ray capsizing

The Supply Chain Journal

The National Transportation Safety Board has determined inaccurate stability calculations led to the September 2019 capsizing of the Golden Ray in Georgia’s St. The report said the ship’s master had joined the crew in Freeport, Texas, only 11 days before the accident.

Rates have peaked, spending is slowing — does it matter?

The Supply Chain Journal

The southeastern markets, including Savannah, Georgia, Atlanta, and Carolina markets also saw tender rejections fall this week. DHL Supply Chain Pricing Power Index Insights News Capacity carriers Rates Shippers ShippingThis week’s DHL Supply Chain Pricing Power Index: 70 (Carriers).

What’s the Best Response to Global Supply Chain Disruption?

QAD

Fund the Georgia Port Authority pop-up container yards project by reallocating more than $8 million . QAD CMO Carter Lloyds recently wrote about three major industry disruptors , starting with shipping.

Do Freight Shipping Prices Vary by State?

Freight Center

Several factors can impact the cost of freight shipping, including your shipment’s weight, dimensions and any special handling requirements, such as temperature or shape. Additionally, you may notice that the cost of your shipment changes depending on which state you are shipping to or from. Yes indeed, freight shipping prices do vary by state. One important factor to note is that most carriers are not national, meaning they only ship within a region. Georgia.

Do Freight Shipping Prices Vary by State?

Freight Center

Several factors can impact the cost of freight shipping, including your shipment’s weight, dimensions and any special handling requirements, such as temperature or shape. Additionally, you may notice that the cost of your shipment changes depending on which state you are shipping to or from. Yes indeed, freight shipping prices do vary by state. One important factor to note is that most carriers are not national, meaning they only ship within a region. Georgia.

Outbound Tender Rejections Increase for the First Time Since March Peak

Zipline Logistics

Produce shipping is showing signs of strengthening and should begin building activity for the remainder of the month before leveling off in June. Tennessee, Georgia, Texas, and Florida all still desirable locations for carriers. Shipping to or from Colorado should not be restricted.

Freight Volume Rebounds to Pre-Pandemic Levels

Zipline Logistics

No issues cover ing loads throughout the market, except for outbound freight from California, South Texas, Georgia, and Florida to the N ortheast as capacity is tighter. Shipping in or out of Alabama should be?back Shipping to or from Colorado should not be restricted.?? .

This Week in Logistics News (June 4 – 10)

Logistics Viewpoints

Gatik’s self-driving trucks to haul Georgia-Pacific goods to Sam’s Clubs. The deliveries, which are slated to begin in July, are part of a multiyear commercial partnership with Georgia Pacific and KBX, the transportation arm for Koch Industries.

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Do Freight Shipping Prices Vary by State?

Freight Center

Several factors can impact the cost of freight shipping, including your shipment’s weight, dimensions and any special handling requirements, such as temperature or shape. Additionally, you may notice that the cost of your shipment changes depending on which state you are shipping to or from. Yes indeed, freight shipping prices do vary by state. One important factor to note is that most carriers are not national, meaning they only ship within a region. Georgia.