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By Jeff Berman · September 5, 2014
United States Class I carloads were up 33,838 carloads–or 2.9 percent annually–at 1,212,287 in August, and intermodal was also solid in August at 1,075,688 containers and trailers, which represented a 4.3 percent-or increase of 44,520 intermodal units, over August 2013.
By Jeff Berman · September 5, 2014
U.S.-bound waterborne shipments in July—at 1,258,142—were up 2 percent annually and up 5 percent compared to June.
By MMH Staff · September 4, 2014
New position created following recent reorganization.
By MMH Staff · September 4, 2014
Acquisition to enhance capabilities in the food and bakery markets.
By Jeff Berman · September 4, 2014
The Institute for Supply Management reported today that non-manufacturing activity in August was strong, as well as record setting, on a few fronts.
By Jeff Berman · September 4, 2014
The Institute for Supply Management reported today that non-manufacturing activity in August was strong, as well as record setting, on a few fronts.
By MMH Staff · September 4, 2014
The 65,000-square-foot facility houses manufacturing for Advance's pushback and structural rack systems.
By MMH Staff · September 4, 2014
The Bryant University Diamond Award for Industry Excellence in Supply Chain Education, granted by the Bryant University and the Supply Chain Management Summit, recognizes an organization that demonstrates superior commitment to supply chain education.
By MMH Staff · September 3, 2014
The lean, one-way system makes use of a lightweight, L-shaped unit load transport device—The OptiLedge. These pallet alternatives not only result in unit loads that are integral to the packaged product during its storage and distribution, but they also improve efficiency and are recyclable.
By MMH Staff · September 3, 2014
The beverage packaging industry in North America is expected to reach $26.3 billion in 2015, with plastic bottles leading the way in popularity, according to "Beverage Packaging — An Industry Assessment," scheduled for release next month by PMMI, The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies.
By MMH Staff · September 3, 2014
The CTT is one of several hubs on the Pack Expo International show floor where attendees can sit in on free seminars, ask questions and network with peers, OEMs and industry leaders.
By Jeff Berman · September 3, 2014
ODFL is calling for an annual increase tons per day in the 18.0 percent-to-18.5 percent range compared to the third quarter of 2013, which is up from its previously disclosed range of 17.0 percent-to-18.0 percent.
By Jeff Berman · September 3, 2014
Supply chain and IT services provider enVista said it has opened up an EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) office in Ellesmere Port, Chesire, United Kingdom.
By MMH Staff · September 3, 2014
This expansion, coupled with enVista’s existing office in India, enables enVista to better respond to demand for carrier invoice audit and payment services globally and provides enVista’s client base with support at the local and regional levels within Europe, Middle East and Africa.
By LM Staff · September 3, 2014
Diesel prices dropped again this week, with the Department of Energy’s Energy Information Administration (EIA) reporting that the average price per gallon fell 0.7 cents to $3.814 per gallon.

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