Supply Chain Dive -Container ships and real estate deals don’t move as fast a trade policy — at least not these days. The vessels heading into West Coast ports with goods from Asia are coming into crowded shores. The Port of Los Angeles has been breaking its volume records for months, and April 2019 was […]
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After duties on $200 billion in Chinese goods jumped from 10% to 25% earlier this month, businesses barely had time to blink before receiving news of yet another tranche of tariffs. These duties would cover $325 billion in goods, hitting the price-sensitive apparel sector particularly hard and taking a significant bite out of business’ bottom […]
Supply Chain Dive -Dive Brief: The Trump administration’s fourth tranche of tariffs will target $300 billion worth of U.S. imports with up to a 25% tariff. Over $55 billion worth of those goods will include textiles, apparel, footwear and leather. The American Apparel & Footwear Association reported last year a 25% tariff rate would result […]
5.16.19—Atlanta, GA: American Global Logistics (AGL) Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Jon Slangerup will deliver the Day 2 keynote address for the Journal of Commerce Gulf Shipping Conference next week in Houston, Tex., May 20-22. On Wednesday, May 22, Slangerup will discuss “Supply Chain Optimization in the Age of Disruption” at 9 AM CT. “Importers […]
The Loadstar – El Niño is having a major impact on container traffic through the Panama Canal this year. From May 28, the canal operator is going to reduce the draught at its Neopanamax locks to 43 feet, the latest in a series of depth reductions that have brought the permitted level down from 50ft […]
Supply Chain Brain —A year after tariffs on more than 1,300 Chinese goods first sent importers reeling, the news supply chain managers everywhere have been dreading is finally here. Last week’s tariff increase from 10 percent to 25 percent, which went into effect May 10, gave organizations less than a week to plan for the […]
Please be advised that, according to the Federal Register, today Washington announced that the United States will increase tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese products from 10% to 25% effective Friday, May 10.
Apparel Magazine—Few supply chains are as dynamic as those relied upon by the fashion industry. From retailers to manufacturers, apparel supply chains crisscross the globe in a race to outfit customers with the latest styles and beat the competition on driving — and supplying — the latest trends. Speed and cost efficiency are both critical […]
Supply Chain Dive—Dive Brief: U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer confirmed 10% tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese imports will rise to 25% at 12:01 a.m. Eastern Standard Time on Friday, according to multiple news reports. His remarks follow a Sunday afternoon pair of tweets from President Donald Trump stating the existing tariffs will rise […]
As you may be aware, yesterday President Trump announced that he plans to increase tariffs on US$200 billion of Chinese product from 10% to 25%. Citing ongoing delays on key issues including intellectual property and technology transfer, the President noted that the new tariffs would go into effect “shortly.” Following high-level talks in Beijing last […]