What the bridge closure could mean to 'America's distribution hub'Posted on May 20 2021
The closure of the Hernando de Soto Bridge is almost like the COVID-19 pandemic: it affects us all.
‘Get People Off’: Shutdown Ordered for Cracked Bridge in MemphisPosted on May 13 2021
The Interstate 40 bridge over the Mississippi River could be closed for weeks, if not longer, because of damage that could have led to “a catastrophic event.”
I-40 bridge closure impacting supply chain, logistics companies and soon, your walletPosted on May 13 2021
The bridge closure is creating issues for more than just daily commuters. Freight and supply chain setbacks could hit all of us right in the wallet whether you use the bridge or not.
TDOT: I-40 bridge could be closed for monthsPosted on May 12 2021
The state Department of Transportation’s chief engineer acknowledged Wednesday, May 12, that it could be months before the Interstate 40 bridge across the Mississippi River can safely reopen to traffic.
Supply chain issues shackle consumersPosted on May 10 2021
During the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, people flocked to grocery stores to stock up on toilet paper, hand sanitizer and other household items they suspected might soon be in scarce supply. The Great Charmin Famine of 2020 never fully materialized. However, for months the pandemic and other factors have disrupted the supply chains businesses use to get their products into market.