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 09/15 · 09:18 AM · LM Editorial
Daily Maersk, the Danish carrier’s new service on the Asia–North Europe trade lane, will dramatically change the way shipping is done overseas. But can the same be said for calls to the States?
Posted 09/15 · 07:48 AM · SCMR Editorial
The latest Producer Price Index shows that inflation remained in stand-still mode in August as an upsurge in food prices was offset by an equivalent decrease in energy prices.
Posted 09/14 · 03:19 PM · SCMR Editorial
With its fifth annual bechmarking survey of logistics professionals, Kewill came to some rather startling conclusions about the current state of the parcel shipping industry
Posted 09/14 · 02:48 PM · SCMR Editorial
When pondering the title to this new blog, I stumbled on the Supply Chain and Operations Management Glossary. I was immediately drawn to the term “logistics curve” - defined as “a lazy S curve convenient for representing a variety of things.”
Posted 09/14 · 12:36 PM · SCMR Editorial
The latest flat retail figures suggest that shippers may be reconfiguring their supply chains, said a prominent economist.
Posted 09/14 · 09:19 AM · LM Editorial
CEVA Logistics recently announced it is ramping up its less-than-container-load (LCL) service offerings, with the addition of a new service from Hamburg to New York.
Posted 09/13 · 01:16 PM · MMH Editorial
Program gives students up-close look at high-tech vehicle manufacturing supply chain
Posted 09/13 · 09:33 AM · LM Editorial
Opening these new offices is part of an ongoing trend for the company in terms of expanding its global reach.
Posted 09/13 · 07:54 AM · LM Editorial
In another sign that the United States economy is not heading into a second dip, California exporters recorded yet another month of double-digit growth
Posted 09/13 · 07:49 AM · LM Editorial
At the same time, however, Maersk and other carriers may soon be holding shippers accountable for freight that is promised, but does not appear