The latest news and features revolving around evolving customs regulations, global trade, and the services that help global shippers expedite freight through the global supply chain
Posted 11/08 · 05:33 PM · LM Editorial
Only two of the original challengers remain in the trade lane, according the Paris-based consultancy, Alphaliner
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.
Posted 11/08 · 08:48 AM · SCMR Editorial
Supply Chain Management Review is again joining forces with CSC and TCU’s Neeley School of Business on our ongoing Survey of Supply Chain Progress.
Posted 11/08 · 08:40 AM · SCMR Editorial
When higher U.S. productivity, the actual labor content of a product, shipping, and other factors are taken into account, the cost advantage of making many goods in China that are bound for sale in the U.S. will be marginal.
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
Posted 11/07 · 01:49 PM · LM Editorial
When holiday shopping season picks up, December 12 and December 22 could shape up to be two of its busiest days.
Posted 11/07 · 12:43 PM · SCMR Editorial
Transportation goods such as vehicles and auto parts, electrical equipment including household appliances, and furniture are among seven sectors that could create 2 to 3 million jobs as a result of manufacturing returning to the U.S.—an emerging trend that is expected to accelerate starting in the next five years, according to new research by The Boston Consulting Group
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.
Posted 11/07 · 10:41 AM · SCMR Editorial
The Trade Balance report due out Thursday should show the trade deficit widening in September, and the Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index issued the following day should edge up in early November
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.