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PRODUCT TANKER TRADES ARE SHIFTING IN FLOWS AS A RESULT OF CHANGES IN DEMAND

hellenicshippingnews | April 25, 2016

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Since the global financial crisis, when product trades declined as a result of a sudden pull-back in oil demand, the oil trades (both crude and products) have made a comeback. However, the individual products that are driving the expansion of oil demand are not all growing at the same rate. Also, product demand is growing at different rates in different regions of the world. In this week’s Tanker Opinion we want to highlight some of the recent trends in product demand and their possible im...

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EFFICIENT WORLDWIDE SUPPLY CHAIN FLOWS FACILITATE COMPETITIVENESS, EXPERTS SAY

Logistics Management | June 14, 2018

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Global supply chains must evolve in order to keep pace with the ever rapidly changing needs of both shippers and carriers. Countries around the world need to upgrade their border protection technologies and enhance trade facilitation in order to attract global economic giants to improve their economies through greater efficiencies.“We were talking about trade facilitation before it was cool,” said Ralph Carter, FedEx Express vice president of international regulatory affairs. “...

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OPERATIONS, TRADE FLOWS HALT AS CORONAVIRUS SPREADS

Supply Chain Dive | January 31, 2020

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The World Health Organization (WHO) declared coronavirus a Public Health Emergency of International Concern Thursday but did not impose any restrictions on the movement of people or goods, saying it could make the situation worse. "[I]n general, evidence has shown that restricting the movement of people and goods during public health emergencies may be ineffective and may divert resources from other interventions," WHO said in a statement on the decision. "Further, restrictions ma...

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VISIBLE SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT ACQUIRES FELLOW LOGISTICS PROVIDER

Visible Supply Chain Management | January 14, 2020

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Salt Lake City-based Visible Supply Chain Management, a provider of shipping and fulfillment services for small- to mid-sized businesses, announced December 19 that it acquired Kansas Continental Express (KCX). Based in Emporia, Kansas, KCX is a provider of shipping logistics and freight transportation throughout North America. It will join Visible’s family of companies and will be known by the parent company name. “Most important to Visible is our customers’ continued success,...

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PRODUCT TANKER TRADES ARE SHIFTING IN FLOWS AS A RESULT OF CHANGES IN DEMAND

hellenicshippingnews | April 25, 2016

Since the global financial crisis, when product trades declined as a result of a sudden pull-back in oil demand, the oil trades (both crude and products) have made a comeback. However, the individual products that are driving the expansion of oil demand are not all growing at the same rate. Also, product demand is growing at different rates in different regions of the world. In this week’s Tanker Opinion we want to highlight some of the recent trends in product demand and their possible im...

Read More
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EFFICIENT WORLDWIDE SUPPLY CHAIN FLOWS FACILITATE COMPETITIVENESS, EXPERTS SAY

Logistics Management | June 14, 2018

Global supply chains must evolve in order to keep pace with the ever rapidly changing needs of both shippers and carriers. Countries around the world need to upgrade their border protection technologies and enhance trade facilitation in order to attract global economic giants to improve their economies through greater efficiencies.“We were talking about trade facilitation before it was cool,” said Ralph Carter, FedEx Express vice president of international regulatory affairs. “...

Read More
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OPERATIONS, TRADE FLOWS HALT AS CORONAVIRUS SPREADS

Supply Chain Dive | January 31, 2020

The World Health Organization (WHO) declared coronavirus a Public Health Emergency of International Concern Thursday but did not impose any restrictions on the movement of people or goods, saying it could make the situation worse. "[I]n general, evidence has shown that restricting the movement of people and goods during public health emergencies may be ineffective and may divert resources from other interventions," WHO said in a statement on the decision. "Further, restrictions ma...

Read More
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VISIBLE SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT ACQUIRES FELLOW LOGISTICS PROVIDER

Visible Supply Chain Management | January 14, 2020

Salt Lake City-based Visible Supply Chain Management, a provider of shipping and fulfillment services for small- to mid-sized businesses, announced December 19 that it acquired Kansas Continental Express (KCX). Based in Emporia, Kansas, KCX is a provider of shipping logistics and freight transportation throughout North America. It will join Visible’s family of companies and will be known by the parent company name. “Most important to Visible is our customers’ continued success,...

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