Imports at the nation’s major retail container ports are expected to be at near-record levels this spring and summer as consumer demand and supply chain challenges continue to result in congestion.
The National Retail Federation wrote a letter to leadership at the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) and the Pacific Maritime Association (PMA).
Executives from the Port of Long Beach, Northwest Seaport Alliance, and Virginia Ports Authority will share insights into how ports are managing today’s heightened demand and preparing for the future.
Imports at the nation’s congested container ports are expected to grow modestly during the first half of 2022, but continued high volumes will keep up pressure that built as the economy bounced back from the pandemic last year.
RILA's annual conference for retail supply chain executives, LINK2022: The Retail Supply Chain Conference, will meet in person February 20-23.
Regarding the supply chain crisis, issues around containers and the trucking industry will continue to be a long-term problem.
Prosegur Security has launched a new global logistics and supply chain security service, offering a comprehensive, one-stop solution for 24/7 asset protection anywhere in the world.
Whether it is products moving from suppliers to distribution centers, DCs to stores, or the ever-growing e-commerce business, LP teams need the proper tools to mitigate and investigate ORC, shrinkage, and fraud.
After almost two years of meeting virtually, RILA's annual conference will be held in-person Feb. 20-23, 2022, in Dallas, Texas.
Imports at the nation’s congested container ports are expected to remain at near-record levels for the remainder of the year.