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Port of Los Angeles plans "cyber resilience center"
Unit would defend against computer risks to cargo supply chain.
Shake, rattle and roll
What would happen to our logistics infrastructure if a major earthquake struck where people don't expect it? FEMA aims to find out.
Tropical Storm Barry menaces Gulf Coast with threat of heavy rain
Port of New Orleans to close container and breakbulk terminals by noon on Friday.
Helping others and helping yourself
As hurricane season arrives, there are things logisticians can do to stormproof their own supply chains and then use their assets to help others.
ALAN accepting nominations for 2019 Humanitarian Logistics Awards
Annual awards program will honor supply chain companies and individuals who have gone above and beyond to deliver aid and comfort to communities in crisis.
Logistics providers wary of 2019 hurricane season
Companies apply lessons learned from painful storms in past years.
Logistics community aids post-tornado relief efforts
American Logistics Aid Network is mobilizing the logistics community to support disaster-relief efforts in the Southeast in the wake of recent tornadoes and floods.
Supply chain disruptions hit record high
Disruptive events accelerate in first half of 2018, with North America leading the way as most-affected region, company report shows.
ALAN mobilizes logistics response to California wildfires
Hundreds of thousands of residents displaced and dozens killed as fires continue to burn.
Michael lashes Florida with dangerous winds, closing ports
Many businesses have defenses in place, after witnessing fury of Hurricane Florence and 2017 storms, ALAN says.

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