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

Zepol reports February imports hit highest level in four years

Posted 03/19 · 12:37 PM · SCMR Editorial
Data recently released by Zepol, a trade intelligence firm, indicated the United States-bound containerized vessel imports were mixed for the month of February, with imports down sequentially and up annually.
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Ocean Shippers Must Come to Terms with Carrier Efficiency “Myths”

Posted 03/05 · 01:49 PM · SCMR Editorial
Given all the mysterious and metrical nuances of ocean cargo shipping, supply chain managers are increasingly challenged on how to monitor and measure this essential mode of global transport.

Pacific Rim Report: Transpacific chief shoots from the hip

Posted 03/01 · 05:00 AM · LM Editorial
Brian Conrad, executive administrator for the Transpacific Stabilization Agreement (TSA), is not only regarded as a “thought leader” in the ocean shipping arena, but also as a man of uncommon candor. For the past several years now, he has weathered the storm brought on by shippers’ associations challenging pricing and operations in the world’s most active—and vital—trade lane linking North America and Asia.

UPS significantly adds to LCL lane density in 2012

Posted 02/12 · 12:04 PM · LM Editorial
Company officials said this expansion was made to address market trends related to increased manufacturing and consumer demand in many regions, with these lanes originating in Asia, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and South Africa. With this expansion, UPS has more than 1,700 direct LCL lanes serving 116 countries.
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Supply Chain Managers Tracking Rate Picture in the Transpacific

Posted 02/05 · 12:00 PM · SCMR Editorial
The battle lines between shippers and carriers comprising the Transpacific Stabilization Agreement (TSA) are shaping up early as both sides make plans for future contracting.

Transpacific rates will be matter of contention

Posted 02/04 · 11:31 AM · LM Editorial
The battle lines between shippers and carriers comprising the Transpacific Stabilization Agreement (TSA) are shaping up early as both sides make plans for future contracting.

ILA, USMX reach tentative labor contract agreement

Posted 02/04 · 11:27 AM · LM Editorial
Following months of acrimonious negotiations, the United States Maritime Alliance (USMX), an alliance of container carriers, direct employers, and port associations serving United States-based East and Gulf Coasts, and the International Longshoremen’s Association (ILA), the largest union of maritime workers in North America, have reached a tentative agreement on a new labor contract.

U.S. Ports Update: Green roots take hold

Posted 02/01 · 11:18 AM · LM Editorial
Port authorities at major cargo gateways on all three coasts are investing in infrastructure and strategic planning to become more sustainable corporate citizens—a positive trend that’s making U.S. seaports more efficient and resilient than ever.

AAPA chief Nagle praises LaHood’s focus on ports as DOT Secretary

Posted 01/30 · 10:59 AM · LM Editorial
American Association of Port Authorities' President and CEO Kurt Nagle says AAPA and the public port industry have greatly appreciated Secretary LaHood’s recognition of the importance of ports as a critical link in our transportation system and his support for port related infrastructure investment during his term as Secretary.

LaHood set to step down as Department of Transportation Secretary

Posted 01/29 · 10:55 AM · LM Editorial
During his term as DOT Secretary, LaHood was very active on the transportation infrastructure and freight fronts.

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