The latest news and insight revolving around global trade, logistics services, evolving customs and regulations, supply chain security, and the technology necessary to speed freight through the global supply chain.

Reverse logistics key to Arrow’s enterprise

Posted 03/14 · 04:15 PM · SCMR Editorial
When Arrow Electronics Inc. announced that reverse logistics would be a new area of concentration for its global supply chain last January, there were still some details to be addressed.

Total container trade falls in February after January upswing

Posted 03/14 · 02:17 PM · LM Editorial
Import shipment volume for February, measured in twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) decreased 9.94 percent from January and increased 9.03 percent over February 2010, reported Zepol Corporation, a trade intelligence company.

APEC pledges to create “seamless regional economy”

Posted 03/14 · 10:05 AM · LM Editorial
While most of the world’s focus was on Japan’s response to its earthquake and related crisis, trade experts were quietly working behind the scenes in Washington last week to establish a long-term strategy for rebuilding that country’s economy.

CEVA CFO offers up take on global logistics market

Posted 03/14 · 08:19 AM · LM Editorial
Logistics Management Group News Editor Jeff Berman had an opportunity to speak with Rubin McDougall, CFO of global 3PL CEVA, following the company’s strong fourth quarter and year-end earnings release.

Government preparation blunted impact of Tsunami

Posted 03/11 · 02:02 PM · SCMR Editorial
If there was ever an event demonstrating the value of infrastructure investment, Japan’s preparation and quick response to the recent tsunamis proves it

Panjiva data shows nice rebound from January to February

Posted 03/11 · 09:46 AM · SCMR Editorial
While it was not unexpected, data from Panjiva, an online search engine with detailed information on global suppliers and manufacturers, indicated that the number of United States-bound waterborne shipments dropped 15 percent from January to February.

Panjiva data shows 15 percent shipment decline from January to February

Posted 03/11 · 09:39 AM · LM Editorial
While it was not unexpected, data from Panjiva, an online search engine with detailed information on global suppliers and manufacturers, indicated that the number of United States-bound waterborne shipments dropped 15 percent from January to February.

Air Forwarders look to Asia for new business

Posted 03/10 · 05:43 PM · LM Editorial
As the Airforwarders Association annual conference gets underway in San Diego today, the industry continues to focus on the Pacific Rim

Port Tracker ups first half 2011 growth forecast to 7.5 percent

Posted 03/07 · 11:04 AM · LM Editorial
Now that the first half 2011 prediction has been raised, the report is calling for 7.5 million TEU during that period, which would be a 9 percent gain over the first half of 2010. In 2010, the report said there was a total of 14.7 million TEU moved—a 16 percent gain over 2009, which was largely achieved due to 2009’s 12.7 million TEU serving as the lowest annual tally since 2003.

U.S., Mexico focus on cross-border trucking compromise

Posted 03/04 · 06:43 AM · LM Editorial
In a political battle that has seen more than its fair share of tension, the United States and Mexico have finally hammered out an agreement to resolve the issues surrounding the countries cross-border trucking program.

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