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Air Cargo in Latin America still falls behind in supporting supply chains

Posted 11/17 · 09:03 AM · LM Editorial
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) welcomed the improvements in safety that have resulted from strong partnerships among aviation stakeholders in Latin America and the Caribbean, and urged governments in the region to use this as a template for working together in other areas.

Air Cargo in Latin America Still Falls Behind in Supporting Supply Chains

Posted 11/16 · 02:37 PM · SCMR Editorial
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) welcomed the improvements in safety that have resulted from strong partnerships among aviation stakeholders in Latin America and the Caribbean, and urged governments in the region to use this as a template for working together in other areas.
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Port Tracker report calls for strong holiday sales projections to lead to import volume gains

Posted 11/10 · 12:23 PM · LM Editorial
Annual growth for import cargo volume at United States-based retail container ports appears to be in the cards with holiday shopping season underway, according to the Global Port Tracker report from the National Retail Federation (NRF) and maritime consultancy Hackett Associates.

Defining Sustainability

Posted 11/09 · 02:16 PM · SCMR Editorial
As our news section story on sustainability opines, research from West Monroe Partners finds that half of North American supply chain executives consider green supply chain a strategic priority. But there’s a disconnect: how do these executives define it?

Trans-Pacific Partnership moving forward

Posted 11/06 · 09:57 AM · LM Editorial
While this column has identified the many advantages the Trans-Pacific Partnership would provide U.S. logistics managers once it comes into play, the deal also has positive implications for Asian members.
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Freight intermediaries concerned about Customs and Border Protection deadlines

Posted 11/03 · 04:21 PM · LM Editorial
The National Customs Brokers & Forwarders Association of America, Inc. is urging "caution" as two new important regulatory deadlines approach early next year.

How Resilient Are Emerging Markets?

Posted 11/03 · 09:07 AM · SCMR Editorial
Cuba is one of several hot spots examined by BSR economists and supply chain experts at its annual event.

Chicago Ranks High In Supply Chain Circles

Posted 11/02 · 03:06 PM · SCMR Editorial
Leading global commercial real estate services firm Colliers International Group Inc. recently issued “From First Mile to Last Mile,” a global logistics report examining the primary factors that will impact the global pattern of warehousing and logistics over the next generation, as well as the elements already shifting global trade flows and retail formats.

Global Logisitics: Managing the freight forwarder maze

Posted 11/01 · 10:00 PM · LM Editorial
Global logistics managers have always been under pressure to find the right balance of specialized intermediaries matched with the markets they want to serve. That challenge is becoming increasingly complex, however, as mega-brokerage enterprises capture more share.

IPA reports UPS pilots nearly in full agreement to authorize strike against UPS

Posted 10/23 · 12:40 PM · LM Editorial
By a whopping 2,252-to-8 margin, UPS pilots voted to authorize a strike against their employer, UPS, the Independent Pilots Association (IPA), the trade union representing UPS pilots, said today.

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