March 2022 Port Report: Disruption from the Russia-Ukraine Conflict

  arial view of shipping yard at port
“The Russia-Ukraine conflict is redrawing trade lanes as shippers look to alternative locations. We could foresee a renewed focus on emerging markets in Africa and South America as well as for the US to step up its wheat exports.”

Josh Brazil

Director of Supply Chain Data Insights, project44

Data from project44’s supply chain visibility platform reveals the impacts from the start of the conflict and resulting sanctions are already having an effect on global supply chains, with reductions in weekly container vessel callings at Russian ports, service cuts, shakeups to wheat imports and exports, and increased diesel prices around the world. 

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