Ship it Good: What Do Maersk’s New Ships Mean for Water Transportation?

We’re Going to Need a Bigger Boat

Shipping giant Maersk posted healthy profits this quarter despite declining freight rates. The losses were offset by cheap oil prices – not a sustainable source of profit. Maersk must find a way to mitigate...

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Homeward Bound: Reshoring's Shaky Momentum

Making Waves

Walmart has announced that it plans to add 1 million jobs to the United States by investing $250 billion in U.S.-manufactured goods over the next decade. The retail giant cited a shift in consumer sensibilities and an opportunity to...

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Valentine’s Day: Choc-Full of Supply Chain Challenges

This Valentine’s Day, consumers are expected to celebrate by spending a record high of $19.6 billion on treats like flowers, champagne, and of course—chocolate.

While a box of chocolates might seem like a simple enough treat, manufacturing...

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