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 05/04 · 03:20 PM · LM Editorial
Jet fuel prices have risen 8 percent since January
Posted 05/03 · 08:37 AM · LM Editorial
Travel can be broadening, especially when it comes to learning about global logistics
Posted 05/03 · 08:13 AM · LM Editorial
The California Trucking Association today released a study that shows significant job losses directly attributable to California Air Resources Board’s fuel policies
Posted 05/02 · 10:01 AM · LM Editorial
Delta Air Lines wholly-owned subsidiary, Monroe Energy LLC, has reached agreement with Phillips 66 to acquire the Trainer refinery complex south of Philadelphia
Posted 05/02 · 09:29 AM · LM Editorial
Zepol Corporation, a leading trade intelligence company, has released its latest trade data tool, ComplianceIQ.
Posted 05/02 · 08:35 AM · LM Editorial
Now that David Brooks has stepped down as American Airlines’ cargo president, the shipping community has lost one of its staunchest advocates on Capitol Hill
Posted 05/01 · 06:24 PM · LM Editorial
Most enterprises have logistics and transportation risk management protocols that can address localized disruptions. Global supply chain risks, however, can have cascading and unintended consequences that no one organization can mitigate. Here are recommendations for managing the vulnerabilities.
Posted 05/01 · 09:09 AM · LM Editorial
New service launches in the next three months are expected to bring the idle fleet below 350,000 TEU by July
Posted 05/01 · 04:57 AM · LM Editorial
By understanding the markets and how oil prices are set, shippers and carriers will more aggressively look for ways to increase the fuel efficiency of logistics operations. Along these lines, the second part of this series, next month, will dive deeper into how futures markets work and why they are nothing to be feared or loathed.
Posted 05/01 · 04:16 AM · LM Editorial
This month we reflect on the views of the businesspeople, government policy makers, and academics that participated in the World Economic Forum (WEF) study of supply chain risk.