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.
Posted 10/08 · 06:10 AM · SCMR Editorial
Progress to restore global financial stability has suffered a setback in advanced economies, states the IMF's Global Financial Stability Report
Posted 10/05 · 05:45 AM · SCMR Editorial
According to the latest U.S. Department of Commerce report, new orders for manufactured goods edged down 0.5 percent in August.
Posted 10/05 · 05:21 AM · SCMR Editorial
Businesses that scaled back on supply during the recession may find themselves or their suppliers suddenly unable to accommodate increased demand as the economy begins to recover, some experts warn
Posted 10/01 · 08:06 AM · LM Editorial
While news that half a dozen major international freight forwarders have plead guilty to price-fixing, there may be more collateral damage to come.
Posted 09/30 · 06:28 PM · SCMR Editorial
When it comes to ensuring sustainable and safe transport of food and medicine, a single unified vision is required
Posted 09/24 · 08:18 AM · SCMR Editorial
“Cloud Computing in a box” was heralded as the next big thing by Oracle’s CEO, Larry Ellison in his closing remarks at this year’s conference
Posted 09/22 · 11:09 AM · SCMR Editorial
Following faster than expected recovery in global trade flows so far in 2010, World Trade Organization economists have revised their projection for world trade growth in 2010 upwards to 13.5 percent.
Posted 09/22 · 10:42 AM · LM Editorial
The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach today released the 2010 San Pedro Bay Ports Clean Air Action Plan (CAAP) Update
Posted 09/22 · 07:24 AM · SCMR Editorial
With the integration of Maersk Distribution Services Inc. (MDSI) into Damco, comes more transparency in global distribution, company executives in Copenhagen explained.
Posted 09/22 · 06:31 AM · LM Editorial
The air cargo industry has made unexpected gains in recent months, but analysts are not predicting that the trend will continue into 2011.