Ocean shippers have grown accustomed to the ocean chaos over the last two years and that is not slowing down anytime soon. In the first half of 2022, we saw more COVID-19 port shutdowns, continuing port congestion and container shortages, labor negotiations and new legislation.
As we make our way through the second half of 2022, FourKites takes a look back at the major trends that occurred in ocean freight shipping in the first half of the year, and what shippers can do to proactively address disruptions and boost resilience in their supply chain.
Download this white paper, including both FourKites and third-party data, that summarizes and analyzes the ocean freight market to discover:
- Key events and top disruptions that caused significant delays in H1 2022
- Why international shippers have seen the need for greater ocean visibility
- Tips for managing ongoing ocean disruptions
Featuring Commentary From:
General Manager of Network Collaboration, FourKites
Glenn is a widely recognized thought leader with a deep knowledge of the supply chain industry. Having traveled the world implementing supply chain transformation products and solutions with Fortune 500 companies, Glenn brings a deep expertise in market dynamics, solution needs and global supply chain trends, which gained him recognition as a 2022 Pro to Know by Supply and Demand Chain Executive.
Vice President of Retail Industry Strategy, FourKites
Mark has more than 20 years of experience in the retail industry and has worked with most of the world’s top retail brands. A frequent speaker at industry events, Mark is widely regarded as a leading technology futurist with expert knowledge of the retail technology ecosystem.