Wednesday, February 20, 2013
In a fact sheet released by the White House, officials there did not hesitate to note that since President Obama took office four years ago, “America has begun the hard work of rebuilding our infrastructure.”
Posted on 02/20 at 03:00 PM
Peter Moore’s January, 2013, column in Logistics Management was intended to provide clarification of his previous (November 2012) column entitled What's the CCSB Doing Now?
Two subsidiaries of freight and global logistics and transportation service provider Con-way Inc.—Con-way Truckload and Con-way Multimodal—have rolled out a new intermodal service geared towards North American shippers.
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Posted on 02/20 at 11:27 AM
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Trucking volumes ended 2012 on a fairly positive note, and they commenced 2013 in the same fashion, according to data released by the American Trucking Associations (ATA) this week.
According to data released this week by the Department of Energy’s Energy Information Administration (EIA), diesel jumped up 5.3 cents to $4.157 per gallon, marking the fifth straight weekly gain.
Posted on 02/20 at 10:18 AM
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Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Despite lowered sales, revenue and employment projections, modest growth expected in 2013.
Posted on 02/19 at 01:22 PM
While there are some broad signals that the economy is in recovery mode, those signals were especially loud and clear in January spot market volumes, according to data released by DAT, a subsidiary of Portland, Oregon-based TransCore.
Posted on 02/19 at 12:33 PM
Total January volumes for POLB—at 536,263 TEU—were up 17.5 percent annually, and total January volumes at the Port of Los Angeles fell 4.25 percent to 669,000.30 TEU
Posted on 02/19 at 12:27 PM
Carload volume—at 273,369—was down 2.3 percent annually and slightly below the week ending February 2 at 274,000 and ahead of the week ending January 26 at 265,839.
Posted on 02/19 at 12:18 PM