Posted 11/01 · 11:50 AM · SCMR EditorialThe combined rail traffic to and from the northern EU seaports will rise yet again, says a recent study. But Rotterdam will gain the most share.
Posted 10/29 · 08:09 AM · LM EditorialIf you import or export via U.S. West Coast ports, then researchers of the Port Performance Research Network, chaired at Dalhousie University, want to hear from you. The Network is seeking feedback from ports’ customers and stakeholders about their experiences with five U.S. west coast ports.
Posted 10/26 · 03:24 PM · LM EditorialThe International Air Transport Association announced International traffic recorded a 14.8 percent year-on-year increase, which is significantly weaker than the 19.0 percent rise recorded in August.
Posted 10/24 · 11:21 AM · SCMR EditorialWhile the long-term viability of U.S. West Coast ports is being called into question lately, Canada’s two leading Pacific Rim ocean cargo gateways are thriving
Posted 10/21 · 11:48 AM · SCMR EditorialThe Port Performance Research Network would like to know. Here’s how you can participate in their research project.
Posted 10/20 · 09:15 AM · LM EditorialLeaders from Southern California’s goods movement industry today announced their unanimous opposition to Measure D
Posted 10/08 · 12:00 PM · LM EditorialThe nation’s railroads have pulled out of the downturn in solid fiscal shape, proving that they’ve mastered the art of cost management. To offer a comprehensive look at the new state of the rails, we’ve gathered four top analysts to share how volumes, rates, and game-changing regulation could alter how shippers manage the mode.
Posted 10/08 · 12:00 PM · LM EditorialNow that pricing has been restored and capacity restrained, the leading vessel operators are staging a comeback. What lessons have they learned from the recent recession and dismal earning cycles? Here’s what the top analysts are saying.
Posted 10/01 · 08:20 AM · LM EditorialAs noted in today’s news, the U.S. Department of Justice may not be through with naming forwarders guilty of price-fixing.