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 01/07 · 10:37 AM · LM Editorial
Data recently issued by Panjiva, an online search engine with detailed information on global suppliers and manufacturers, showed that United States-bound waterborne shipments for November were down sequentially and up annually.
Posted 01/05 · 08:59 AM · LM Editorial
2015 promises to be a year where supply chain managers will become more reliant on air cargo. Indeed, Boeing projects air cargo traffic will grow at an annual rate of 4.7 percent over the next 20 years, with global air freight traffic expected to more than double by 2033.
Posted 01/01 · 06:00 PM · LM Editorial
A spate of new, proposed, and pending free-trade agreements will create greater opportunities for U.S. shippers—but only those who know the rules. Analysts advise going over the small print before plunging in.
Posted 12/30 · 04:50 PM · SCMR Editorial
4.7 percent average annual growth rate projected
Cargo market recovery continues to strengthen
Posted 12/29 · 09:51 AM · LM Editorial
A new study from UT’s Global Supply Chain institute suggests that there may be a profound reversal of outsourcing trends in the coming years as U.S. companies test the local waters.
Posted 12/29 · 09:33 AM · SCMR Editorial
Prospects for further expansion remain positive, with Asia already the world’s largest aviation market.
Posted 12/24 · 10:42 AM · MMH Editorial
Majority of manufacturing leaders expect industry’s financial prospects to improve in next six months.
Posted 12/23 · 11:03 AM · MMH Editorial
India surpasses the United States in cold storage capacity; China is third.
Posted 12/12 · 01:55 PM · SCMR Editorial
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) has released its first-ever analysis of anti-bribery on a global scale, sounding an alarm for U.S. supply chain managers.
Posted 12/12 · 01:48 PM · SCMR Editorial
U.S.-based executives at large companies remain bullish on American manufacturing, and their actions are starting to show it, according to new research by The Boston Consulting Group