US Hurricanes

Shippers and transportation companies are trying to figure out what comes next as the US continues to reel from the destruction of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria, which battered and broke supply chains from Texas to Puerto Rico. Below is the latest information available on the supply chain impacts of these devastating storms.

Special Coverage

Ports and most warehouses escaped serious damage, but freight networks in surrounding areas weren’t so lucky.

News & Analysis

17 Oct 2017
Pasha Hawaii is pulling a 37-year-old ship out of layup.
16 Oct 2017
Port of Houston Authority Senior Director of Trade Development John Mosley describes the port's quick rebound from the de
12 Oct 2017
The truckload spot market that burned hot through the summer continued to heat up in September.
11 Oct 2017
Only 7.8 percent, or 392 miles of Puerto Rico's 5,073 miles of road, are open.
05 Oct 2017
As the US and relief organizations struggle to move goods across battered Puerto Rico, Hurricane Maria's legacy will include long-term damage to supply chains.

Commentary

Some issues in ocean shipping are so predictable that you can plan for them, yet others are not so predictable.

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