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Why high energy costs will push up your phone bill

BBC News 20 Jan 2022
In fact, one of these ships was on its way across the Pacific to China, having passed through the Panama Canal, when it was rediverted to the UK where buyers were willing to pay 25% more for its cargo.
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CHRISTOPHER STEVENS reviews last night's TV: There's a place for stodgy telly like this - ...

The Daily Mail 19 Jan 2022
Why Ships Crash (BBC2) falls squarely into the category of programmes the BBC does not need to make ... The documentary sought to explain what happened when the container ship Ever Given ran aground in the Suez Canal last year, causing a tailback throughout the global shipping routes ... Still from Why Ships Crash).
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Iran oil passes through Suez canal despite US sanctions: SCA

Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide 19 Jan 2022
The SCA announced accelerated plans to extend a second channel of ...
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Nhimbe Fresh’s solar-powered blueberries

PV Magazine 19 Jan 2022
The main challenges with the project were logistics and shipping from China. During the construction phase, the Chinese government banned the export of lithium batteries by ship ... After the crowd sale ended, the ship stuck at the Suez Canal in Egypt caused a backlog of shipping issues, resulting in delays.
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Why inflation could break Britain

New Statesman 19 Jan 2022
In 2019, the world’s shipping containers flowed around the planet as if on a river, following the path of least resistance ... Containers were marooned inland while the ships that carried them headed back to Asian ports. As economies restarted, the demand for shipping shot up and the supply of containers was restricted.
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Plans announced for 1,300 homes on three North West sites

The Business Desk 18 Jan 2022
The £15.8m development, Millbank Lock, is situated directly next to the Manchester Ship Canal in Partington, 10 miles south west of Manchester ... The £23.7m scheme in Warrington, Rivers Edge, is based on a former industrial site, located near to scenic canal walking paths, within easy reach of Warrington Bank Quay, the town centre and Stockton Heath ... .
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Regional freight improvements touted

The Intelligencer 18 Jan 2022
... impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic to the ripple effect of the Evergreen container ship stuck in the Suez Canal for nearly a week; yet the St.
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Warburton Toll Bridge: Warrington council votes to oppose £1 charge

BBC News 18 Jan 2022
A bridge owner's plan to raise a toll for car drivers from 12p to £1 is to be formally opposed by a council. Peel Ports (PP) subsidiary Manchester Ship Canal Company proposed increased charges on Warburton Toll Bridge, which links Cheshire and Greater Manchester near Lymm, in July 2021 ... PP said the extra revenue would fund a ... .
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Construction firm appointed to deliver UK’s largest speculative warehouse scheme

The Business Desk 18 Jan 2022
Register ... Related Articles ... Immediately next to junction seven of the M53 and within a 45-minute drive of Liverpool and Manchester airports, the multi-modal industrial development lies in close proximity to the Manchester Ship Canal, just 22 miles from the Port of Liverpool, offering exceptional transport links to the UK logistics network ... .
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What's on? 10 top TV and streaming tips for Tuesday

RTE 18 Jan 2022
Why Ships Crash, 9.00pm, BBC Two. When one of the largest container ships ever built, the Ever Given blocked the Suez Canal in March 2021, it triggered a global crisis ... And with more than 2,500 shipping incidents a year, this film also asks if this was just a freak accident, or ...
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Politician ready to fix education with incorrect history

Herald Mail 18 Jan 2022
School teachers” have imprinted dangerous ideas in the minds of our children, such as tolerance of various races and Dan Snyder ... Brilliant ... Everett Coop ... Fortunately we elected Franklin Roosevelt who founded the television game show "Deal or New Deal" and dug the Suez Canal so ships would no longer have to go all around the Cape of Good Horn ... ....
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Allianz Risk Barometer 2022: Cyber Perils Outrank Covid-19 and Broken Supply Chains as Top Global ...

The Joplin Globe 18 Jan 2022
In the past year, post-lockdown surges in demand have combined with disruption to production and logistics, as Covid-19 outbreaks in Asia closed factories and caused record congestion levels in container shipping ports.
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Suez Canal Expansion Due to Finish in July 2023: SCA Chairman

The Epoch Times 17 Jan 2022
Ships pass through the canal in convoys, and the extension of the second lane would increase capacity by six ships, Rabie said, without giving further details.
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Suez Canal expansion to be completed by July next year

Splash24/7 17 Jan 2022
“This will improve ship navigation by 28% in this difficult part of the canal,” SCA chairman Osama Rabie said in an ...
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