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 06/17 · 08:45 AM · LM Editorial
Oakland handled 213,260 cargo containers last month. That was the most since it reported volume of 216,276 containers in August 2011.
Posted 06/17 · 08:25 AM · MMH Editorial
MSSC released today its national skill standards for front-line work in advanced manufacturing and logistics.
Posted 06/17 · 08:21 AM · MMH Editorial
In addition to the keynotes, the conference will include 10 panel sessions covering topics that include omnichannel fulfillment, automation, information systems and the supply chain workforce.
Posted 06/16 · 08:09 AM · SCMR Editorial
Air and ocean cargo shippers can also play a proactive role in the war against cyber crime and terrorism
Posted 06/16 · 08:04 AM · SCMR Editorial
The need for airlines to adopt a solid information security framework is also clear, observe senior analysts at Boeing.
Posted 06/16 · 08:00 AM · SCMR Editorial
Port information technology leaders – along with their counterparts in private industry and other critical infrastructure (CI) – have been confronting the threat of cybersecurity for some time.
Posted 06/15 · 07:55 AM · SCMR Editorial
The bigger, the better could serve as a accurate description of the third-party logistics (3PL) sector, given the increasing activity of large-scale 3PL-related acquisitions, coupled with the steady revenue growth the sector has seen and is expected to see in the future, too.
Posted 06/10 · 03:47 PM · SCMR Editorial
International shippers in retail and manufacturing sectors may tap into new market intelligence on the regulatory landscape, spokesmen for FM Global announced today.
Posted 06/09 · 08:38 AM · SCMR Editorial
Shippers’ growing reliance on automated systems makes global supply chains more vulnerable to potential criminal and terrorist cyber attacks than ever before.
Posted 06/09 · 08:24 AM · SCMR Editorial
As noted in today’s news section, a new study done by Hong Kong’s Standard Chartered Bank suggests that China’s status as world's leading manufacturer may be in decline.