The latest news and insight on the current state of U.S. Ports, including infrastructure investment, new services, labor issues, and global trade volumes.

How Safe is the Mexican Supply Chain?

Posted 08/04 · 03:13 PM · SCMR Editorial
Cushman & Wakefield’s new study is bullish on the prospects for Mexico's rapidly growing seaport infrastructure, but U.S. supply managers may still be wary of investing there. Gonzalo Gutierrez, Cushman & Wakefield’s executive director – Monterrey Northeast Region, Industrial Brokerage Services, admits that Mexico has faced a major challenge in its fight against organized crime.
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Cushman & Wakefield Study Says Mexico’s Ports Poised to Boom

Posted 08/04 · 01:53 PM · SCMR Editorial
Mexico's growing importance in the continental supply chain is now being recognized by North American transportation groups

Mexico’s ports the focus of new Cushman & Wakefield study

Posted 08/04 · 01:46 PM · LM Editorial
Mexico's growing importance in the continental supply chain is now being recognized by North American transportation groups
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Seaport Industrial Real Estate Occupancy Exceeds Expectations

Posted 07/31 · 03:05 PM · SCMR Editorial
While many industry analysts contend that distribution centers near U.S. East Coast ports will see a surge of new business after the Panama Canal expansion, real estate experts say this phenomena is already underway.
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Seaport industrial real estate is booming: JLL Report

Posted 07/31 · 02:56 PM · LM Editorial
While many industry analysts contend that distribution centers near U.S. East Coast ports will see a surge of new business after the Panama Canal expansion, real estate experts say this phenomena is already underway.
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Golden State ports digging out of a hole

Posted 07/29 · 07:48 AM · LM Editorial
The three California port directors who faced the wrath of shippers at the annual meeting of the Agriculture Transportation Coalition (AgTC) in San Francisco late last June, surprised many with their candor and heartfelt mea culpas.
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Ports Performance Act receives strong support from supply chain stakeholders

Posted 07/22 · 11:28 AM · LM Editorial
Last week, more than 100 business groups, which included transportation and logistics providers and other supply chain concerns, penned a letter to U.S. Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee Chairman John Thune, heralding the approval of the Ports Performance Act by the Committee.

Dockside labor must get on board with California’s proposed transport overhaul

Posted 07/22 · 08:19 AM · LM Editorial
While organized labor has yet to weigh in on Executive Order B-32-15, leaders should recognize that California's complex freight transportation system is responsible for one-third of the state's economy and jobs, with freight-dependent industries accounting for over $700 billion in revenue and over 5 million jobs.

2015 Global Shippers’ Forum annual report addresses climate change and mega-vessel impact

Posted 07/20 · 11:12 AM · LM Editorial
As the Global Shippers’ Forum (GSF) concludes its first financial trading year 2014-15, its Annual Report reflects on the achievements of the past 12 months including how it has worked with other organizations in its role as an effective voice for shippers around the world.

Shippers not surprised by shift in ocean cargo vessel calls away from West Coast

Posted 07/16 · 08:10 AM · LM Editorial
New evidence that U.S. West Coast ports are losing market share to ports in the East and some Gulf regions surfaced in a new report issued by Zepol, a global trade and intelligence provider.
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