Russia, China, Iran are about to conduct joint exercises in the Indian Ocean

Iran’s armed forces announced on January 20 that it, along with Russia and China, will conduct joint naval exercises tomorrow, January 21, according to ISNA news agency. Russian, Chinese and Iranian warships in one appearance in the Gulf of Oman AFP The exercise, titled “Maritime Security Belt 2022” will take place in the northern Indian … Read more

Valve says Steam Deck is on track to ship at the end of February

According to the latest information from Valve, its Steam Deck handheld game console will get rid of the delay and reach users by the end of February. According to The Verge, previously in November, Valve announced a launch delay that made the Steam Deck fan community wait for another 2 months. And the latest 2022 … Read more

Suez Canal achieves record revenue in 2021

Egypt’s Suez Canal Authority says the vital shipping route has posted record revenue in 2021, despite the COVID-19 pandemic and a six-day blockage caused by a giant cargo ship. Giant Ever Given stuck. Cargo ships move through the Suez Canal, Egypt. Photo: AFP/VNA Connecting the Red Sea and the Mediterranean Sea, about 10% of the … Read more

Supply chain crisis assessment expert will last 2 years

Although there are signs that some bottlenecks have been removed, with the emergence of new variants, such as Omicrcon, many experts warn that the global supply chain crisis could drag on for much longer. months and even 2 years. Trucks arrive at the Los Angeles seaport in the US on November 31. Photo: AP Experts … Read more

Experts value the supply chain crisis that will last another 2 years

Although there are signs that some bottlenecks have been removed, with the emergence of new variants, such as Omicrcon, many experts warn that the global supply chain crisis could drag on for much longer. months and even 2 years. Trucks arrive at the Los Angeles seaport in the US on November 31. Photo: AP Experts … Read more

Near the Lunar New Year, ocean freight from China to Asia skyrocketed

In the peak season before the Lunar New Year, ocean freight rates from China to Asian countries have increased sharply, further heating up the global shipping market that has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Illustration: Reuters According to SCMP, shipping routes to Southeast Asia recorded a sharp increase in prices in the past month … Read more

Why are so many ships ‘disappearing’ in Chinese waters?

Analysts warn that the loss of signal for many ships in China disrupts the supply chain, although the country insists that it does not turn off monitoring stations. A container ship leaves the port in Hainan, China AFP Experts’ analysis shows that many cargo ships in Chinese waters are disappearing from specialized navigation systems, causing … Read more

The US continues to face challenges in the shipping chain

The number of container ships waiting to enter America’s most vibrant port complex, Southern California, hit a new record high on November 16, reaching 84 containers. While the number of empty containers is increasing at the base terminals, which are racing to transport the backlog of imported goods. This is the challenge facing the US … Read more