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Snarled supply chains, shortened staffs threaten busy, expensive holiday season

Standard-Speaker 21 Sep 2021
The challenge for retailers will be meeting that demand in a year when disruptions are hitting every step of the supply chain, from recent factory shutdowns in Asia to control the spread of COVID-19 to logjams at ports that lengthen shipping times to shortages of warehouse workers and truck drivers.
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Beaver Believers Say Rochester Property Paragon of Human-Beaver Coexistence

The Centralia Chronicle 21 Sep 2021
The first breath of fall arrived Friday, and with it J.B. McCrummen’s Rochester property came alive ... Banana slugs made their way across the now-fragrant soil, and chunky black beetles descended from the trees ... Kerr has a collection of “beaver sticks,” taking the prizes home or shipping out mailbox-sized finds to beaver enthusiasts.
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The largest port in the US hit a new ship-backlog record nearly every day last ...

Business Insider 20 Sep 2021
The queue of ships waiting to unload lengthened by 10 ships last week. The average time it takes to transport a package from Asia to the US has increased over 43% since last year ... Over the past week, the queue of ships waiting to unload at the ports in Los Angeles and Long Beach have lengthened by 10 ships.
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Royal Caribbean to debut world’s largest cruise ship

West Hawaii Today 20 Sep 2021
Florida has been the first home for each of Royal Caribbean’s Oasis-class vessels since Oasis of the Seas debuted in 2008, but was set to lose out to China for the fifth ship in the class, Wonder of the Seas ... “The momentum taking off across bookings and our returning ships in the U.S ... The ship successfully completed sea trials in August.
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Continuing port congestion stretches supply chains to the limit

Seatrade Maritime News 20 Sep 2021
The chaos is costing millions of dollars in delays to ships and cargo ... Yet shipping analysts at Drewry have revised upwards ... Meanwhile, the impact of port delays is underpinning a surge in container ship chartering, with companies taking extra tonnage on longer period contracts.
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With retailers facing supply chain issues and scrambling to hire, ’tis the season to start ...

Finger Lakes Times 20 Sep 2021
The challenge for retailers will be meeting that demand in a year when disruptions are hitting every step of the supply chain, from recent factory shutdowns in Asia to control the spread of COVID-19 to logjams at ports that lengthen shipping times to shortages of warehouse workers and truck drivers.
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Stena Line & Frederikshavn to Launch Stena Elektra by 2030

The Maritime Executive 20 Sep 2021
We are already ten years ahead of the international shipping industry's target for reducing carbon dioxide emissions, but with Stena Elektra we are taking another big step on Stena Line's sustainable journey, on the road to a completely fossil fuel free operation," says Stena ...
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3D-printed rocket engines: the technology driving the private sector space race

RTE 20 Sep 2021
A new and improved engine is then designed, manufactured, shipped to the test site and fired, and the cycle begins again – until the only disassembly taking place is of the slow, scheduled kind ... Nasa to fuel the space race, but for private companies it simply takes too long.
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Explore Michigan’s Wild Upper Peninsula Without Roughing It

The Daily Beast 20 Sep 2021
If you are into kayaking, and weather permits, you can join a number of outfitters who take large groups to see the cliffs up close ... These are considered a destination in themselves and showcase the impressive engineering it takes for ships to pass through ... Check ahead for times to observe ships coming and going.
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Lions at Packers picks: Point spread, total, player props, trends for 'Monday Night Football' in ...

CBS Sports 20 Sep 2021
We'll dive into the line movement throughout the week, take a look at some player props and, of course, give you our picks for how we see this game unfolding ... Rodgers was under this total (averaged 265 passing yards) in the two games he faced Detroit last year, but this could be game where he looks to right the ship.
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Live updates: Bucs pull away from Falcons in NFC South opener

Tampa Bay Times 20 Sep 2021
Tampa Bay didn’t need long to take advantage of the opportunity ... Patterson was back at it in the third quarter, taking a short pass 23 yards down the left sideline to the Bucs 23 ... Taking on the defending champs 🏴‍☠️ ... I mean, if y’all are going to play this game using pirate ships, then I’m definitely taking the Bucs.
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Wonder of the Seas to make Florida debut

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 19 Sep 2021
Florida has been the first home for each of Royal Caribbean's Oasis-class vessels since Oasis of the Seas debuted in 2008, but was set to lose out to China for the fifth ship in the class, Wonder of the Seas ... "The momentum taking off across bookings and our returning ships in the U.S.
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New discoveries chip away at myths about Viking shipbuilding

Raw Story 19 Sep 2021
Part of the story takes place on the East Way, which the red-haired Orm travels in a lapstrake ship with 24 pairs of oars ... In the 1990s, archaeologists attempted several times to take replica Viking ships between rivers or across isthmuses using the log-rolling method.
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Tales of Arise: A Complete Guide To The Forbidden Zone

Game Rant 19 Sep 2021
The one to their left leads towards the Forbidden Zone, while the other will take them to a dead-end and a room containing a chest with some Grape Gel inside ... Once players have finished taking everything in and have spoken with everybody that needs to be spoken to, they'll return to their newly repaired ship and set out for Rena.
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Watch now: Supply chain woes find another victim: holiday shopping

Dispatch Argus 19 Sep 2021
The challenge for retailers will be meeting that demand in a year when disruptions are hitting every step of the supply chain, from recent factory shutdowns in Asia to control the spread of COVID-19 to logjams at ports that lengthen shipping times to shortages of warehouse workers and truck drivers.
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