Annual Review and Outlook - Maritime

Annual Review and Outlook - Maritime

ARO Commentaries

The era of COVID-19 has now stretched to nearly two years, and it can be difficult to remember pre-pandemic re
When ports closed and sailings were blanked in early 2020, many outbound containers were stranded at quaysides
During the second year of the COVID-19 pandemic, ZIM has reaffirmed its strong belief that agile, fast-moving
If 2020 was the year of COVID-19, 2021 has become the year of “living with COVID-19.” Such conditions have als
The COVID-19 pandemic has constrained shipping operations during both 2020 and 2021, as the initial reduction
The lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting supply chain disruption continue to evolve.
The disruptions in the global supply chain have been front-page news since late 2020, and regrettably, they ar
The COVID-19 pandemic has taught the logistics industry a great deal about resiliency.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced industry members and consumers alike to think more deeply about the global su
The challenges facing the US container shipping sector in 2022 are big, but despite their complexity, there is
Arising from the headlines of 2021 was a clear focus among leaders of the goods movement industry on finding t
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused significant disruptions in the global supply chain, and its recovery will dep
Labor, labor, labor. Everyone needs more labor.
The biggest challenge facing container shipping in 2022 is a lack of technology across the global supply chain
In 2021, the electronics manufacturing services sector went all-in on resilient supply chains.
From port congestion and tight truck capacity to labor and equipment challenges, protecting supply chain relia
Recent discussions on how to effectively expand Southern California port operating hours and improve gate tran
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, longshore labor has stepped up to keep cargo moving so ports could stay open
In 2022, the largest container carriers will continue to lessen their dependence on pure ocean transport and s
Trouble in the global supply chain, which relies heavily on the container shipping sector, is likely to contin