(Bloomberg) -- The House passed legislation Wednesday that provides the first major update of U.S. international ocean-shipping laws in more than two decades as the nation grapples with bottlenecks at its ports that are crimping supply chains.
Geek+, a global AMR leader, is excited to announce its continued expansion in South America with the successful deployment of autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) at SP Digital, a leading e-commerce company for computer hardware and gaming products in Chile. The project will provide SP Digital with the capacity to support its rapid business growth during peak season.
• Acquiring U.S.-based Ingram Micro CLS will accelerate the Group’s supply chain capabilities in contract logistics and eCommerce expertise.
• Key catalyst for CMA CGM Group’s subsidiary CEVA Logistics’ development in high-growth eCommerce segment, especially in U.S., European markets.
• CEVA Logistics to become the fourth-largest global contract logistics provider.
In North Dakota, the rate of natural gas flaring (which is natural gas burned at the wellhead of the production site rather than being captured) declined to an average of 7.5% this year through September. This decline in natural gas flaring resulted in producers capturing 92.5% of produced natural gas, which meets the state’s goal to capture 91% of the natural gas produced in the state. In early 2020, natural gas production fell rapidly as a result of COVID-19-related impacts, from 3.2 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) in March to 1.9 Bcf/d in May, but returned to pre-pandemic levels almost as rapidly, reaching 2.9 Bcf/d by October of the same year. From April 2020 to September 2021, producers met the state capture target for every month except July 2021.
Today the Department of Commerce (Commerce) announced new restrictions to address human rights abuses and corruption by Cambodian government actors, including the military, as well as the growing influence of the People’s Republic of China’s military in Cambodia.
Bloomberg | December 08, 2021 | Air Cargo News | Airlines
American Airlines Group Inc.’s strategy is almost certain to remain the same when Robert Isom becomes chief executive officer next year, given his two decades alongside the man who ran the company and its two predecessor carriers.