The U.S. export shipping space situation, as summarized for Chicago's World Trade Conference by Shipping Agent Edwin A. Kuecker (Kuecker Steamship Co.) last week:
> To Great Britain, practically no commercial space at all for ordinary exports.
> To South Africa, no space except for high-priority essential materials.
> To New Zealand, there has been no commercial space for four months.
> To Caribbean ports, Army & Navy have first call on all space, take most of it.
> To South America, ships are almost full of priority materials, can sometimes take other...