Latest news and insight on how logistics, transportation, port, and supply chain organizations are implementing sustainable practices in an effort to become better stewards of the environment.
Posted 06/07 · 08:31 AM · MMH Editorial
In 2012, 91 percent (29 million tons) of the corrugated packaging used in the U.S. was successfully recovered for recycling, maintaining its top position as the most-recycled packaging material.
Posted 06/01 · 07:00 AM · LM Editorial
Supply chain decision makers are well-positioned to help the world become a more habitable place, and to benefit financially from their efforts.
Posted 05/17 · 07:40 AM · MMH Editorial
Award's 25th anniversary also honors companies that have won five or more times.
Posted 05/14 · 03:16 PM · LM Editorial
Members of the International Association of Ports and Harbors (IAPH) were given an overview of the innovative new developments in shared container chassis last week.
Posted 05/13 · 09:14 AM · LM Editorial
As the Port of Los Angeles hosted the 28th World Ports Conference of the International Association of Ports and Harbors last week, a crucial vote was being cast to determine its logistical future.
Posted 05/06 · 07:35 PM · LM Editorial
On paper, it would seem that a shorter ocean transit route would have a positive impact on the environment. But several scientists contend that the shift of some freight from the U.S. West Coast to the East Coast will represent no more than “a push,” when it comes to cleaning the air and addressing climate change.
Posted 05/03 · 02:52 PM · MMH Editorial
Biomaterial technology produces sustainable packaging from mushroom roots.
Posted 04/24 · 10:45 AM · LM Editorial
With the global shipping industry showing increased interest in the use of LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) as a fuel for vessels, members of the International Association of Ports and Harbors are laying the groundwork for how ports worldwide can accommodate this emerging trend.
Posted 04/18 · 08:19 PM · LM Editorial
"Gang of Eight" legislation enables foreign graduate students to remain in U.S. after receiving advanced degree, raises H-1B visa cap
Posted 04/18 · 09:32 AM · SCMR Editorial