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By Jeff Berman · April 11, 2014
Maybe we are finally going to see some changes and improvements at least when it comes to the “vision” for future transportation authorizations. Why and how? A short answer comes from a presser held by the Senate Environment and Public Works (EPW) Committee held this week.
By Bob Trebilcock · April 5, 2014
Powerful new tools could give us a better picture of what's going on across our supply chains.
By Jeff Berman · April 3, 2014
As we have written about extensively, having sufficient capital in the HTF is critical as its revenues are allocated for federal highway, transit, and highway safety programs. But as we also know the main funding source for the HTF, the federal gasoline tax, has not increased from its current levels of 23.4 cents for diesel and 18.4 cents per gallon of gasoline since 1994. What’s more, diesel taxes represent about 90 percent of Highway Trust Fund (HTF) net revenues.
By Patrick Burnson · March 31, 2014
A recent study by the United Postal Service identified Kansas City as the optimal location for an e-commerce fulfillment facility due to its low costs and central location.
By Bob Trebilcock · March 31, 2014
What ails us, and what may fix our manufacturing problems, could be different than you think.
By Jeff Berman · March 27, 2014
It goes without saying that this winter had major impacts, none of which were really good, in terms of supply chain efficiency for the most part. But with the calendar indicating spring has sprung, it seems like a good time to look back at what everyone dealt with and how, hopefully, things get better from a volume and timing perspective for all supply chain stakeholders.
By Mike Regan · March 26, 2014
At the recent Stifel Transportation and Logistics Conference, I moderated a panel discussion that included representatives from Wal-Mart, Dell, Under Armour and Clorox. One topic they covered that I found especially interesting was that some companies were entertaining the idea of slowing down their supply chain. Why would they do that?
By Bob Trebilcock · March 21, 2014
The future was on display in Atlanta.
By Patrick Burnson · March 20, 2014
It’s the lunar year of the horse, but all bets are off for West Coast ports
By Bob Trebilcock · March 19, 2014
Software, software, software. That's the theme at this year's show.
By Patrick Burnson · March 18, 2014
BSR’s Clean Cargo Working Group (CCWG), the global business-to-business initiative made up of leading ocean cargo carriers and shippers, has announced some promising developments in the “greening” of our commercial fleets.
By Jeff Berman · March 14, 2014
The Association of American Railroads (AAR) said that U.S. freight railroads estimate they will dole out about $26 billion to build, maintain, and upgrade their nationwide rail network.
By Ian Hobkirk, founder and managing director, Commonwealth Supply Chain Advisors · March 11, 2014
Not everyone is ready to upgrade their warehouse management system. Here’s how two companies added new functionality without a new WMS.
By Jeff Berman · March 11, 2014
Differing opinions about the strength of manufacturing in the United States are front and center when it comes to looking at the sector as a driver of economic growth.
By Jeff Berman · March 6, 2014
A supply chain expert says that a rule due next year focused on developing new fuel economy standards for heavy-duty trucks has tremendous potential for shippers and their supply chains in that it brings huge opportunities to cut emissions and reduce fuel consumption, as well as an overall benefit for the economy by reducing petroleum spend.

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