VinRoutes News Briefs
On April 15th, Heineken announced it would ramp up efforts to become a more sustainable company, including reducing its carbon footprint in four critical areas: agriculture, packaging, distribution, and cooling. “We aim to be carbon neutral in our production sites by 2030 in … [Read more...] about Taking a Sustainable Cue From Heineken
Top 10 Truck Bottlenecks in the U.S.#1 Fort Lee, NJI-95 at SR 4#2 Cincinnati, OHI-71 at I-75#3 Atlanta, GAI-285 at I-85 (North)#4 Atlanta, GAI-20 at I-285 (West)#5 Houston, TXI-45 at I-69/US 59#6 Chicago, ILI-290 at I-90/I-94#7 Chattanooga, TNI-75 at I-24#8 St. Louis, MOI-64/I-55 … [Read more...] about Top 10 Truck Bottlenecks in the U.S.
Thanks to the global pandemic, we all sipped a lot more wine through the mail last year as DTC (direct-to-consumer) e-commerce for vino was up 27 percent, according to Sovos ShipCompliant. Amid the expanding array of DTC options for wine, there is a unique entry into the … [Read more...] about Sip Wines From an Online Platform That Promotes Diversity, Sustainability and Organic Production
The latest update from Captain Kip Louttit at the Marine Exchange of Southern California finally shows vessel traffic improving at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach. As of Thursday, Feb. 25, there was an across the board decline in the total vessels (including … [Read more...] about VINROUTES UPDATE: Vessel Flow at LA/LB Improving
Convenience store chain 7-Eleven Canada announced its plans to serve wine and beer in many of its Ontario locations. The chain said the move would complement its expansion into fresh and hot foods and would showcase wine and beer made by Ontario-based … [Read more...] about 7-Eleven Canada Prepares to Pop the Cork and Pull the Tab
Despite a recent—albeit fleeting—improvement in the chronic congestion plaguing the ports of Los Angeles/Long Beach for weeks, the number of vessels anchored or drifting in the San Pedro Bay Port Complex waiting to berth continues to stay at or near record highs. On Wednesday … [Read more...] about VINROUTES’ UPDATE: Chronic Port Congestion at LA/LB Persists