RIT supply chain expert on Suez Canal blockage: Economic impact in 2-6 weeks This satellite photo from Planet Labs Inc. shows the Ever Given cargo ship stuck in Egypt’s Suez Canal Monday, March 29, 2021. Engineers on Monday “partially refloated” the colossal container ship that continues to block traffic through the Suez Canal, authorities said, without providing further details about when the vessel would be set free. (Planet Labs Inc. via AP) ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WROC) — A ship called the “Ever Given” got stuck in the Suez Canal last week, and it immediately took over the internet with a series of memes about the futility of modern life. Rochester man makes Suez Canal video game The impact of the ship’s blockage will be felt by “everyday” American consumers in a few weeks from now. Supply chain expert and Professor of Supply Chain Management at RIT, Steven Carnovale, is quick to point out that it does depend on what the “everyday consumer” is buying, but does say that the impact will be felt in two to six weeks. He says that this blockage not only stopped quick passage through the canal — which connects Asia to prominent East Coast ports like New York City or Miami — it also caused many companies to stop their ships all together, or take a huge detour by going around the Horn of Africa. “People don’t realize how important that trade route really is,” he said. “It connects many factories in Asia with the US.” He suspects that while products that are made here in the US — things like food, water, and other essentials — should remain protected from price increases, but other goods like technology that requires assembly in Asia, and “durable goods” like shoes, clothes, and backpacks could see a price increase in that time frame. “We’ll have to see if the companies pass along the price to the consumer,” he said. He also pointed out that the US is already facing a semi-conductor shortage, and this will only exacerbate the problem for auto manufacturers. Semiconductor shortage forces automobile production cuts “Compounding all of this, there has been an external pressure on oil prices, which causes shipping rates to go up, and this is going to delay things considerably,” he said. In as shipping routes return to normal, Carnovale says that this will cause a massive influx and create a backlog. Backlogs can further disrupt a supply chain, as it changes demand further; not to mention that a sudden influx in supplies means that processing centers also have to work through unpacking and distributing those goods. That means that cargo containers that are needing by the sipping companies might not have access to them right away, because they are still being unpacked by the processing centers at the ports. But he says that some of this can be mitigated if we “learned our lesson with safety stock” from a year ago, when the pandemic caused a massive shock to the supply chain. Copyright 2021 Nexstar Inc. All rights reserved.https://www.rochesterfirst.com/news/digital-exclusives/supply-chain-expert-on-suez-canal-blockage/
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“We’ve got almost four buildings being worked on right now. The next few months are definitely going to be the busiest months we’ve had in a while.” As a part of Gainesville High’s $55 million improvement project, a 43,000-square-foot Advanced Studies Center now sits on the corner of Rainey Street and Century Place. Adrian Niles, Gainesville City Schools chief operations officer, said the building is around 70% complete and will open at the start of the school year in fall 2021. The center will house the school’s career, technical and agricultural education programs, in addition to higher level classes such as AP biology and AP chemistry. Niles said the building will have various labs, classroom space and an open area for collaboration for students. To the left of the high school’s main entrance, the new two-story, 44,000-square-foot cafeteria and media center structure is starting to come up. Construction workers broke ground on the site in November 2020. Niles said it is anticipated to open in January 2022. Two other improvements up to bat include a three-story education wing connected to the media center and cafeteria, and a three-story, 90,000-square-foot Student Activities Center, which is expected to reach completion by July 2022. It will be located behind the new cafeteria and media center. Williams said the Student Activities Center will have a gymnasium, locker rooms, meeting spaces, offices, classrooms and a top story for the school’s marching band and the Naval Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps. A track will overlook the gym on the second story. By erecting these new buildings, the school will not only be able to increase its capacity for more students, but become more centralized. “Right now Gainesville High School is using 13 buildings across that campus, and there’s a lot of foot traffic up and down the hill,” Williams said. “What we’re doing is growing the campus where everything is along Century Place.” Off McEver Road in Gainesville, work is already underway for the district’s new middle school that will open in August 2023. Niles said the two-story building will be around 185,000 square feet and include an indoor gym, sports fields, “state-of-the-art” science labs, classrooms and a media center. The project is priced at $25 million. With the new school, Williams said they’ll be able to divide Gainesville Middle’s numbers in half, allowing for enrollment growth and providing more individualized attention to students. “To have a second middle school in the southwest part of the city is going to be a great opportunity, not only for families and students, but employees as well,” Williams said. This spring, Williams said he plans to ask for the community’s input regarding the middle school’s name, attendance zone, mascot and other details. With over 125 years of graduating classes, Williams said school officials intend to work diligently to preserve the area’s history as they erect new buildings. The district’s heritage committee is gathering artifacts and memorabilia from the high school and other past and present schools within Gainesville. Williams said the items will most likely be displayed in the new Advanced Studies Center, and the cafeteria and media center building.https://www.gainesvilletimes.com/news/education/closer-look-inside-buildings-under-construction-gainesville-high-school/