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Tentative agreement reached!

fresh breeze of optimism and certainty is sweeping through the West Coast ports following the resolution of a tentative labor agreement. Coppersmith Logistics, a player in the logistics and shipping sector for almost eight decades, proudly stands committed to the West Coast ports, welcoming the six-year labor deal reached between the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) and the Pacific Maritime Association (PMA). This agreement is a major milestone impacting the entire supply chain, including us at Coppersmith Logistics.

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How did we make it past disruption?

Your logistics plan should include the expertise and knowledge of a seasoned logistics company, and after almost eighty years, Coppersmith has seen it all. We know how to proactively prepare for cargo delays by looking at new routings, checking alternative carriers, and pivoting to other modalities if urgency strikes. 


Our full-service approach to your cargo means you have the decades of knowledge we have built ready to deploy for you. If you want to feel the difference that comes with wisdom, contact your Coppersmith representative today. 

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Two more added to UFLPA Entity list

As of June 12, DHS made a critical move adding two more Chinese companies to the (UFLPA) Entity List. Xinjiang Zhongtai Chemical Co., Ltd. and Ninestar Corporation, alongside eight of its Zhuhai-based subsidiaries, are implicated in practices that exploit persecuted groups, particularly the Uyghur minorities China (PRC).

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Canadian dockworkers have given the green light to a strike starting July 1st. If the union and management don't make some strides toward compromise, critical delays and disruption could arise in Vancouver and Prince Rupert. The USWC found common ground, so we'll keep watching.

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Significant delays are impacting Mundra Port as congestion plagues the Indian West Coast. As they try to speed vessels through the port to cut down on the logjam, many are concerned that delays will pile up even higher if the process hiccups at any point. Coppersmith will update this as more develops.

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