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Watch now: Supply chain woes find another victim: holiday shopping

Dispatch Argus 19 Sep 2021
In the meantime, the company is paying for premium shipping services and expanding its production in Europe, where supply chains are experiencing fewer delays than those between the U.S ... Walmart and Target chartered ships just for their goods in hopes of trimming transit times.
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Compliance Guardians

The Maritime Executive 18 Sep 2021
"The core function of a ship registry is to ensure compliance with national and international regulations and conventions applicable to ships registered in their country,” explains Nick Sansom, Chief Business Development Officer of the Bermuda Shipping and Maritime Authority ... Ship Register (UKSR), part of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency.
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Christmas toy shortage warning: Worried retailers say time it takes to ship products from factories ...

The Daily Mail 18 Sep 2021
With less than 100 days until December 25, giants including John Lewis have chartered extra ships in a bid to secure more products while high street favourites like Waterstones have ordered more stock than usual - and earlier - in a bid to get ahead of the crunch.
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The holidays are closer than you think - here are 8 expert shopping tips for ...

Business Insider 18 Sep 2021
... that point."Consider holiday shipping deadlines from FedEx, UPS, and USPS ... For this reason, Ferrari notes that big names like Amazon and Walmart may be safer bets if you're looking to buy from larger companies since they charter their own container ships, for example.Buy domestic.
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Truckers, longshore workers to clock more hours as LA, Long Beach ports try to reduce ...

Daily Breeze 18 Sep 2021
Arriving ships have sometimes had to wait for days before being ushered into port to unload. And the line of ships has sometimes extended into south Orange County ... Major retail chains, such as Target and Walmart, have chartered private container ships to transport their goods.
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UK department store John Lewis charters boxships

Splash24/7 17 Sep 2021
John Lewis, a well known department store on the British high street, has become the latest large retailer to go public on its ship chartering plans amid this year’s extreme container crunch ... its shops are stocked for Christmas the decision has been taken to charter in some ships.
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Toy shortages, supply chain among reasons to start holiday shopping now, experts say

ABC7 17 Sep 2021
Every year, many of us talk about doing our holiday shopping early ... "The biggest part of it being ocean shipping being extraordinarily expensive and taking much longer than it ever has." ... Target shared in a blog that it chartered a container ship to make sure its merchandise arrives on time ... Holiday shopping tips. 1. Shop early ... 2 ... 3 ... .
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Poor port management causing huge losses to oil companies: OMAP

The News International 17 Sep 2021
The Oil Marketing Association of Pakistan (OMAP) on Thursday warned that poor planning in handling oil ships at the country’s ports is causing massive financial losses to the importing companies that are made to pay high demurrage fees ... Similar variations were noted for ships chartered by different oil marketing companies.
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Lorry drivers and warehouse workers at Tesco distribution centres REJECT 2.5% pay increase offer

The Daily Mail 17 Sep 2021
Tesco could face empty shelves this Christmas after lorry drivers and warehouse workers at four distribution centres have rejected a pay offer, their union has announced ... Supermarket shelves have been empty in recent weeks as a result of a shortage in lorry drivers ... Unite national officer Adrian Jones said ... Department store charters fleet of ships... .
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Successful checkout terminal pilot for Allegiance Retail Services

Fresh Plaza 17 Sep 2021
US ... Source. supermarketnews.com. US ... Source ... US ... US ... John Lewis charters ships to ensure Christmas stock arrives. John Lewis is chartering a fleet of extra ships, along with a number of other businesses, to make sure it has Christmas stock on time. Retailers have been grappling with a host of supply chain problems from driver shortages to shipping delays.
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Picnic has raised 600mln euros in funding to speed its expansion

Fresh Plaza 17 Sep 2021
Source. reuters.com. Belarus ... Source ... Source ... China ... John Lewis charters ships to ensure Christmas stock arrives. John Lewis is chartering a fleet of extra ships, along with a number of other businesses, to make sure it has Christmas stock on time. Retailers have been grappling with a host of supply chain problems from driver shortages to shipping delays.
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John Lewis charters extra ships as supply crunch threatens UK Christmas deliveries

The National 17 Sep 2021
John Lewis has chartered extra ships to ensure it gets stocks delivered in time for the Christmas shopping rush as staff shortages and supply chain problems continue to blight the industry. The retail giant has announced its plan to avert a backlog of deliveries as it warned of “significant uncertainty” in the lead-up to the busiest trading season ... .
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Here's where all the best Black Friday 2021 deals will be

Mashable 17 Sep 2021
Three words ... Unsurprisingly, this ordeal has left manufacturers and retailers scrambling; Walmart, Home Depot, and Ikea have actually gone so far as to charter private cargo ships to make sure their shelves are stocked for the holidays. As such, finding the best deals this Black Friday will likely be a question of availability more so than price.
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Spot Ship - reducing ballast days to cut CO2 emissions

Seatrade Maritime News 16 Sep 2021
The world’s first green submarine may have attracted the most attention among winners of the UK’s green maritime competition, but in the list of 55 companies there was also start-up software platform Spot Ship promising significant CO2 reductions simply by reducing the number of ballast days for vessels chartered.
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Nautilus Labs & TotalEnergies Expand Partnership to Cut Emissions

The Maritime Executive 16 Sep 2021
The charterer works with various owners and therefore requires a solution that can easily and seamlessly integrate with all existing ship-to-shore systems. The partnership with Nautilus Labs started in November 2020 and has since been expanded to the full long-term chartered fleet.
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