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Ports of LA/Long Beach announce greener plan

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

Damco aims to grow its supply chain offerings

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.

Air cargo picture brightens

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.

New challenges for growing the nation’s “cold chain”

Posted 09/21 · 05:34 AM · SCMR Editorial
When it comes to ensuring sustainable and safe transport of food and medicine, a single unified vision is required, said Andy Janson, chairman of the International Refrigerated Transportation Association

It’s another (wild & wacky) Oracle Open World

Posted 09/20 · 11:32 AM · SCMR Editorial
While this week’s event is larger than ever, there’s a pronounced lean and green element to the supply chain management track worth noting.

New legal wrinkle in Port of LA’s trucking program

Posted 09/17 · 06:00 PM · LM Editorial
Port of Los Angeles staff will recommend to the Los Angeles Board of Harbor Commissioners an adjusted schedule for implementation of certain provisions of the Port of Los Angeles Clean Truck Program Concession Agreement that were previously enjoined by the federal court.

Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach post solid August volumes

Posted 09/15 · 12:01 PM · LM Editorial
Imports lead the way at both ports, while exports show sequential declines.

2010 Ocean Shipping Roundtable: Close quarters

Posted 09/10 · 10:00 AM · LM Editorial
Dwindling space and risings rates have caused major disruptions for U.S. importers over the first half of 2010. How long will these challenges persist on the high seas? We’ve asked a couple experts to explain what ocean shippers can expect for the rest of this year.

Panjiva data shows slight gains in U.S.-bound shipments

Posted 09/09 · 08:25 AM · LM Editorial
The number of global manufacturers shipping to the United States inched up from July to August, according to data from Panjiva, an online search engine with detailed information on global suppliers and manufacturers.

Port Tracker report calls for 14.5 percent annual volume increase

Posted 09/08 · 07:52 AM · LM Editorial
Like last month, the most recent Port Tracker report by the National Retail Federation and Hackett Associates is calling for import cargo volumes at U.S.-based retail ports to decline throughout the rest of 2010.

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