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Supply chain: Urged by Trump to decouple, US companies want more China faster

Container ship

BLOOMBERG, JUNE 28, 2020 Brendan Murray, Bloomberg News – Just as the U.S. president urges American companies to ditch China, many of them can’t get more of China fast enough. Consider the voyage of the container ship Melina, which set sail Wednesday from a Chinese port near Shenzhen with products bound for U.S. households, a hulking symbol of how the flow of goods is adapting …

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INFOGRAPHIC: Container Shipping Lines “Blanked” Sailings in 2020


If “Blanked Sailings” were a shipping line, it would be the largest one by far in the world COPENHAGEN, DENMARK – The container shipping lines have cancelled, or “blanked” as they call it, a total of 435 sailings on various deep-sea trades routes so far in 2020 according to Danish consultancy Sea-Intelligence. The 435 cancellations are the equivalent of 7 …

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