CAF Worldwide Q2 2023 Logistics, Supply Chain & Global Trade Review & Outlook

June 28, 2023

Reduced shipment volumes and freight rates, higher costs, and lower consumer confidence continue to pose challenges within the worldwide logistics and supply-chain industries.

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CAF Worldwide Q1 2023 Logistics, Supply Chain & Global Trade Outlook

March 07, 2023

As global trade and supply chains approach pre-pandemic levels, demand has cooled and capacity has grown—presenting new challenges amid rising energy costs, high inflation, and uncertainty regarding China.

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Industry Thought Leaders Discuss COVID-19’s Effects & Changes

August 13, 2020

Supply chain and logistics thought leaders share what they’ve been experiencing, hearing, and seeing within novel coronavirus (COVID-19) industry changes and challenges.

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Advantages & Challenges of a U.S.-Based Manufacturing Comeback

August 06, 2020

Ongoing tariff wars, novel coronavirus (COVID-19) production delays, and blank sailings could fuel a U.S.-based manufacturing resurgence.

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How Logistics Providers Create Flexibility & Savings

July 30, 2020

Working with an experienced freight forwarder during challenging times is vital for customs clearance, shipping documentation, insurance, and supply chain management—resulting in lower costs, greater efficiencies, and invaluable relationships.

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How COVID-19 Regulatory Measures Will Impact Shipping

July 23, 2020

Newly recommended novel coronavirus (COVID-19) federal regulations and accompanying legal benchmarks are expected to alter current trade and transportation landscapes for ports, carriers, and others.

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Decreasing Freight Rates & Improving Production Will Help Shippers Rebound

July 16, 2020

Proper supply chain planning and transition can help shippers recover from current setbacks, such as tariff wars, consistent blank sailings, record-breaking delays, increased pricing, and COVID-19.

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Better Days Are Ahead

July 09, 2020

Freight volume upswing, supply chain planning and transitions, and fewer trans-Pacific sailing cancellations will position the industry for emerging growth.

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4 Considerations When Shifting Your Supply Chain to Mexico & Central America

May 12, 2020

As shippers seek China alternatives to overcome production delays, blank sailings and other bottlenecks, Mexico and Central America are solid choices due to extensive apparel exports, rapid U.S. trade partner growth, and easy intermodal transportation access.

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Shippers & Forwarders Contend With 2020’s Many Challenges

April 24, 2020

The U.S.-China trade war and ongoing disruption from the novel coronavirus pandemic present significant challenges to shipping, freight forwarding, and the apparel industry overall. Experts from across the sector weigh in on these challenges and potential solutions.

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