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Saturday, August 01, 2015

Ports, terminals, and ocean carriers currently comprise a family in severe dysfunction—and denial. But can the intervention of shippers restore some badly needed order? Our experts who work close to the action provide some answers.
Posted on 08/01 at 09:00 PM
FeaturesTransportation TrendsOcean FreightAugust 2015Panama CanalPermalink


In many cases, big ERP is going head-to-head with the supply chain management software best-of-breed mainstays—and is now making significant investments to add even more functionality to the toolbox.
Posted on 08/01 at 08:00 PM
FeaturesAugust 2015ERPSupply Chain SoftwarePermalink


Logistics professionals continue to believe that supply chain risks vary by region. However, the shipping/sourcing relocation decisions are becoming even more complex as the resiliency and relative strength of the perceived emerging leaders continues to wane.
Posted on 08/01 at 07:00 PM
FeaturesGlobal LogisticsGlobal LogisticsAugust 2015Emerging MarketsPermalink


Having sprouted from mere lift truck maintenance, fleet management is now budding into a powerful and integral part of labor management.
Posted on 08/01 at 06:00 PM
FeaturesWarehouse and DCAugust 2015Lift TrucksWarehouse & DC ManagementPermalink


While there’s adequate capacity in what’s viewed as a less chaotic market than last year, carriers have regained a position of strength as the supply/demand equation rests comfortably in their favor. As a result, truckers are seeking “shippers of choice” as looming capacity worries continue to mount.
Posted on 08/01 at 05:00 PM
Special ReportsTruckingAugust 2015LTLTLPermalink


One of the clever anecdotes that’s making its way around the ocean freight market these days is that the sea-level rise currently underway is not from global warming, but rather from the huge additional number of new, ultra-large container vessels (ULCV) being launched at the rate of one or two a month.
Posted on 08/01 at 09:00 AM
ColumnsAugust 2015Ocean ShippingPermalink


Friday, July 31, 2015

While many industry analysts contend that distribution centers near U.S. East Coast ports will see a surge of new business after the Panama Canal expansion, real estate experts say this phenomena is already underway.
Posted on 07/31 at 02:56 PM
NewsWarehousePortsContainerLogisticsPermalink


A new Government Accountability Office report on the effects of changes to truck driver hours of service rules has sparked a war of words between the American Trucking Associations and Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, the arm of the Transportation Department that is in charge of making those rules.
Posted on 07/31 at 10:43 AM
NewsTruckingHOSGAOPermalink


The Department of Transportation’s Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS) reported this week that U.S. trade with its North America Free Trade Agreement partners Canada and Mexico in May dropped 10.8 percent annually to $92.7 billion, following a 6.8 percent annual decline to $93.3 billion in April.
Posted on 07/31 at 10:33 AM
NewsNAFTABTSPermalink


Carloads headed down 2.5 percent annually to 286,660, and intermodal containers and trailers remained on a growth path, up 2.3 percent to 270,952.
Posted on 07/31 at 09:59 AM
NewsIntermodalAARRailroad ShippingCarloadPermalink



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