Posted 08/16 · 06:44 AM · MMH EditorialWith Servigistics and Click Commerce, supply chain collaboration is a reality
Posted 08/10 · 09:10 AM · SCMR EditorialThe study examines the role that influence tactics, organizational climate, and personal values each play as managers try to gain commitment for environmental initiatives.
Posted 08/09 · 04:19 PM · LM EditorialIn a development that would be laughable if it were not so calculatingly devious, the Teamsters have forged a partnership with “progressives” comprising community activists and environmental groups to mandate that independent owner-operator truckers be banned from the ports.
Posted 08/09 · 02:17 PM · SCMR EditorialA new version of its Boardwalk Collaboration Platform (BCP) coincides with new market trends.
Posted 08/09 · 10:13 AM · LM EditorialNow that the United States Senate has reached a stalemate of sorts regarding a national energy policy, the subsequent effects of this political stalemate from a transportation and logistics perspective remain to be seen, it seems.
Posted 08/04 · 01:41 PM · LM EditorialThe Port of Los Angeles has been awarded a $731,000 grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) to purchase and test new technology that could significantly reduce diesel emissions and greenhouse gases from rubber tired gantry cranes, which are used for stacking containers.
Posted 08/02 · 08:10 AM · SCMR EditorialLeading companies often take advantage of a powerful source of competitive advantage: preferred relationships with their suppliers
Posted 07/30 · 01:56 PM · LM EditorialFive local maritime and cargo companies that have taken extraordinary steps to improve air quality collected honors at the third annual San Pedro Bay Ports Clean Air Action Plan Air Quality Awards presented by the ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles.
Posted 07/28 · 11:37 AM · LM EditorialThe U.S. House of Representatives unanimously voted yesterday to support a resolution honoring America’s freight railroad industry and its employees.
Posted 07/26 · 10:32 AM · LM EditorialThe Port of Los Angeles began the final phase of its 13-year, $370 million Main Channel Deepening Project (MCDP) late last week.