School of International Service

School of International Service

SIS Breaks It Down: The Container Revolution

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In the midst of the holiday season, when, for many of us, gifts are just a click or a store ride away, let us not forget one of the main reasons those gifts are available in the first place: the container revolution. SIS professor Daniel Bernhofen, an expert on international economics, explains the importance of this revolution as well as the role of containerization in our global supply chain.

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