Supply Chain

March ‘23 at-a-glance … supply chain

“The U.S. can again become the technological superpower, securing our economic and national security for the coming decades,” according to […]


February ’23 at-a-glance … supply chain

On Feb. 8, the three-judge panel in the U.S. Court of International Trade (CIT) heard oral arguments to discuss whether […]


December ’22 at-a-glance … supply chain

The Biden Administration sent a proposal to the European Union (EU) in early December to create a Global Arrangement on […]


November ’22 at-a-glance … supply chain

The Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) proposed a new rule that seeks to bring more clarity, structure, and punctuality to the […]


October ’22 at-a-glance … supply chain

As West Coast port labor negotiations continue into their fourth month, the International Longshore & Warehouse Union (ILWU) that represents […]


Learn how leading supply chains are reacting to climate change

A recent Gartner study of chief supply chain offices finds that 72% recognize the impact of climate change led environmental […]


September ’22 at-a-glance … supply chain

Despite some rumors to the contrary, negotiations continue between the Pacific Maritime Association (PMA), representing employers at 29 ports along the […]


August ’22 at-a-glance … supply chain

The ocean shipping landscape is growing increasingly complicated during what is already a busy shipping season. The Federal Maritime Commission […]


July ’22 at-a-glance … supply chain

Despite the July 1 contract expiration, negotiations continue between the Pacific Maritime Association (PMA), representing employers at 29 ports along […]


June ’22 at-a-glance … supply chain

President Biden signed S. 3580, the Ocean Shipping Reform Act of 2022 (OSHA) into law. NAFEM strongly supported OSRA, which […]