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New container line welcomed to Port of Baltimore

Longview News-Journal 12 May 2022
(The Center Square) – A new shipping container line will be doing business in the Port of Baltimore, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan said ... The company has nearly 100 ships in its fleet with a global reach to the Transpacific, Cross Atlantic, Cross Suez, Intra-Asia, and Latin America shipping lanes, the release says ... Recommended for You ... ....
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Egypt aims for tripling cargo ships owned by shipping companies operating on its land

Egypt Today 11 May 2022
On his side, Rabie pointed out that the Suez Shipbuilding Company has been implementing a development plan that extends its operations from just building ships to maintaining vessels underwater, and capitalizing on its assets to hold partnerships with global companies.
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Polar Paradox: The Melting Arctic Could Destroy Indigenous Ways of Life While Making Some Alaskans Rich

Time Magazine 11 May 2022
When one of the world’s largest container ships became wedged in the Suez Canal in March 2021, Russia pounced on the resulting week-long global shipping stranglehold as a marketing opportunity ... The Northern Sea Route, he boasted, “makes global trade more ...
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Suez Canal Sees Record-High Revenues in April 2022

Egyptian Streets 04 May 2022
A ship crossing the New Suez Canal ... Egypt’s Suez Canal recorded its ... As one of the world’s most important waterways, the Suez Canal, which originally opened in 1869, accounts for 10 percent of global maritime trade. The Suez Canal links the Mediterranean with the Red Sea.
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How start-ups are using AI to tackle supply chain disruptions

The National 04 May 2022
Over the last two years, a series of unexpected events has scrambled global supply chains. The coronavirus, the war in Ukraine, Brexit, and a container ship wedged in the Suez Canal have combined to delay deliveries of everything from bicycles to pet food ... Global trade needs more diversified supply chains to handle future shocks.
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State-level Export Competitiveness Merits Policy Action | Mint

Live Mint 04 May 2022
The interconnectivity of nations also means a more volatile system, and volatility increases in uncertain times, be it the covid pandemic or other global events of significance, such as the Suez canal blockage that led to higher freight and shipping costs, semiconductor shortage, and the latest geopolitical tension between Russia and Ukraine.
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Startups apply artificial intelligence to supply chain disruptions

Canada Dot Com 03 May 2022
LONDON — Over the last two years a series of unexpected events has scrambled global supply chains.
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Suez Canal chief says April revenues hit all-time record

The Associated Press 01 May 2022
CAIRO (AP) — Egypt’s Suez Canal said Sunday its monthly revenues hit an all-time ... About 10% of global trade, including 7% of the world’s oil, flows through the Suez Canal, which connects the Mediterranean and Red seas.
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Egypt's Suez Canal revenues hit all-time high in April

Anadolu Agency 01 May 2022
Egypt’s Suez Canal Authority said Sunday that its monthly revenues hit all-time high in April. In a statement, the Suez ...
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Egypt's Suez Canal revenues hit all-time high in April- Suez Canal revenues rise by 13.6%

Middle East Monitor 01 May 2022
Egypt's Suez Canal Authority said Sunday that its monthly revenues hit all-time high in April, Anadolu reports ... global trade movement.
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A sanctioned steel mogul's $100 million superyacht is heading towards the Suez Canal but will ...

Business Insider 29 Apr 2022
AFP A $100 million superyacht owned by Russian oligarch Alexander Abramov is heading for the Suez Canal ... The yacht's destination was listed as Suez Canal, Egypt, per Marine Traffic. Titan will probably make its way to Turkey after exiting the Suez Canal, Jerome Weiss, a maritime data scientist at analytics firm Spire Global, told Bloomberg.
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