Weekly Logistics News Headlines: April 21, 2022
According to The Loadstar, Europe is experiencing a shortage of wooden pallets because of the Russia-Ukraine war. A myriad of war-related factors has left European supply chains lacking the important packaging materials.
China’s multi-week lockdown of Shanghai has severely limited the availability of truck drivers for port work. As a result, containers are stacking up and delays are worsening. The Wall Street Journal reports more.
Amazon has announced a new “Buy with Prime” model for merchants. The service would allow merchants to offer Prime benefits with their orders – a significant development for e-commerce operators. FreightWaves reports more.
Kansas City logistics had its time to shine Wednesday when Executive Director of the Port of Los Angeles Gene Seroka shared his thoughts at KC SmartPort’s annual industry briefing, KC Delivers.
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