Monthly Archives: February 2020

What do Rising Sea Levels Mean for Ocean Freight

Rising sea levels aren’t really something that anyone notices in the grand scheme of things. High and low tides are something we may see as they’re happening, but it’s more difficult to notice the difference between the height of the water now compared to twenty years ago. Still, the GMSL (Global Mean Sea Level) is

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Mitigated Risks from Common Driving Infractions

One of the biggest challenges fleet managers face is the high frequency of road accidents. There are over 6 million car accidents a year in the US alone, resulting in more than 40,000 motor vehicle-related deaths. Not only is this devastating on face value, but these crashes can cost employers thousands and thousands of dollars

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Port of Virginia Sets New Annual Volume Record

The Virginia Port Authority (VPA) is a subdivision of the Commonwealth of Virginia. The VPA owns Virginia International Terminals, LLC, and operates four general cargo facilities, which include Norfolk International Terminals, Portsmouth Marine Terminal, Newport News Marine Terminal, and the Virginia Inland Port in Warren County. The Port of Virginia handled a whopping 2.93 million

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