Tuesday, October 09, 2012
Global third-party logistics (3PL) services provider CEVA Logistics announced today that CEO John Pattullo will retire on October 12 and be replaced by Marvin O. Schlanger, CEVA’s Chairman of the Board, while Pattullo will remain on the CEVA Board of Directors.
Posted on 10/09 at 12:12 PM
Global Logistics •
A new software offering released this month by Menlo Worldwide Logistics LLC, a third-party logistics (3PL) subsidiary of freight transportation services provider Con-way Inc., gives the company the ability to capture, calculate, and manage emissions activity throughout the supply chain, according to company officials.
Businesses continue look to their supply chain operations for opportunities to streamline business processes, reduce costs, improve customer service, gain a competitive edge, and face any disruptions caused by global commerce uncertainties.
At this week’s American Trucking Associations (ATA) annual Management Conference & Exhibition ATA President and CEO Bill Graves laid out all the issues facing the trucking industry on the table in a wide-ranging keynote address.
Monday, October 08, 2012
September freight shipments and expenditures were up sequentially and down annually.
That mindset was front and center at a session at last week’s Council of Supply Chain Management’s (CSCMP) Annual Conference last week, entitled “How Supply Chain Drives Shareholder Value.”
CEO's across the supply chain spectrum provide in-depth analyses of factors driving capacity and ways to address it.
The U.S Secretary of Transportation told delegates at the 26th International Air Cargo Forum & Exposition in Atlanta, Georgia last week that a healthy air cargo industry is essential in helping the U.S. government achieve its goal of doubling U.S exports by 2015.
Posted on 10/08 at 09:03 AM
Air Cargo •
Air Freight •
Friday, October 05, 2012
Since the Prologis-AMB Properties merger was made official roughly 16 months ago, the global industrial real estate giant has things moving in the right direction
September carloads—at 1,152,174—were down 3.7 percent—or 43,746 carloads— annually. Intermodal—at 973,715 trailers and containers—was up 2.5 percent—or 24,126 trailers and containers—compared to September 2011.