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.

A counterfeit semiconductor is a “ticking time bomb”

Posted 11/08 · 04:58 PM · LM Editorial
One of the bright spots in recent export activity has been the surge in demand for U.S.-manufactured microchips. But there's a sinister threat lurking in the supply chain to disrupt this trend.

NITL places global focus on upcoming conference

Posted 11/07 · 04:53 PM · LM Editorial
“What Do Shippers Want?- Global and National Perspectives” may sound Freudian, but it is certainly not rhetorical

DHL heralds expansion of U.S. hub at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Airport

Posted 11/07 · 10:49 AM · LM Editorial
This hub expansion was built on 19 acres and involved widening the existing parking apron to allow for nine additional wide-body aircrafts and nine new aircraft gates.

Ocean cargo moving again at the Port of Oakland

Posted 11/04 · 07:47 AM · LM Editorial
The news comes as a relief to shippers, who as late as yesterday were worried about a prolonged disruption caused by the “Occupy Oakland” movement.

Ocean cargo movement of refrigerated containers curtailed due to explosions

Posted 11/03 · 09:35 AM · LM Editorial
Three mechanics have been killed, causing dockworkers to cease discharging the boxes until the risk can be identified

“Occupy Oakland” movement shuts down port

Posted 11/03 · 09:13 AM · LM Editorial
According to port spokesmen, operations will not resume until “it is safe and secure to do so.”

Global Logistics: W.R. Grace solves global puzzle

Posted 11/01 · 04:38 PM · LM Editorial
The foremost specialty chemicals and materials company brought on a transformational logistics leader, shed its transportation and warehouse assets, and ramped up a rapid worldwide expansion. Here’s how it happened.

Bangkok’s port operations remain on flood alert

Posted 10/27 · 01:20 PM · LM Editorial
Container handling at Bangkok’s seaport has so far not been affected by the storm that has hit the Thai capital, although the Port Authority of Thailand is taking preventive action against the possibility of flash floods

Ports first, politics second

Posted 10/27 · 09:43 AM · LM Editorial
Can Republicans and Democrats agree on anything? The American Association of Port Authorities certainly hopes so

MAPI report says U.S.-based manufacturers face a 20 percent structural cost disadvantage

Posted 10/26 · 01:46 PM · LM Editorial
With the United States manufacturing base accounting for roughly 11 percent of Gross Domestic Product (GDP), domestic manufacturers are not only dealing with a declining base on the home front, they are also facing major disadvantages when it comes to doing business in the United States compared to global competitors.

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