How to Help the Global Movement Against Racism and Inform People that Black Lives Matter

On May 25, George Floyd, a 46-year-old man was buying cigarettes in Minneapolis when a deli employee called the police, accusing Floyd of paying with a counterfeit $20 bill. 17 minutes after the call, Floyd had three police officers pinning him to the ground. Video surfacing on the internet and in the news shows oneContinue reading “How to Help the Global Movement Against Racism and Inform People that Black Lives Matter”

2020 Graduates Face A Declining Labor Market Along with New Hiring Practices

Alejandra Salgado May 9, 2020 As graduation commences all over the U.S. the unemployment rate rises. Here’s what class of 2020 is up against. As graduations for the class of 2020 have begun all over the U.S. the economy and job market is declining. According to the Labor of Bureau Statistics, unemployment rate went fromContinue reading “2020 Graduates Face A Declining Labor Market Along with New Hiring Practices”

The Impact of the Coronavirus on Global Shipping is More Than Just Delayed Cargo

Alejandra Salgado May 9, 2020 The issue began with port congestion and warehouses running out of room to store container imports. Turns out a bigger wave of issues were coming with port authorities and their declining port finances. Sea-Intelligence has recently released their weekly analytical report which shows that blank sailings has increased 45 toContinue reading “The Impact of the Coronavirus on Global Shipping is More Than Just Delayed Cargo”

September Set Cargo Record at the Port of Long Beach

Despite the challenges faced when a Trade War is at hand, The Port of Long Beach has accomplished a major milestone in its lifetime. This past September the dockworkers moved 706,956 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) in September. This number is 0.8% more than in the same month a year ago. In its 108-year history, thisContinue reading “September Set Cargo Record at the Port of Long Beach”