Tuesday, September 13, 2011
Following two weeks in increasing prices after a month of declines, diesel prices dipped 0.6 cents to $3.862 per gallon, according to the Department of Energy’s Energy Information Administration.
Opening these new offices is part of an ongoing trend for the company in terms of expanding its global reach.
In another sign that the United States economy is not heading into a second dip, California exporters recorded yet another month of double-digit growth
At the same time, however, Maersk and other carriers may soon be holding shippers accountable for freight that is promised, but does not appear
With all the noise out there about the economy—whether it be lack of growth, a dim outlook, and sluggish demand (all of which are occurring in one form or another)—it often is easy to overlook some of the good, or positive things, which actually are occurring.
Monday, September 12, 2011
Global logistics and express delivery provider DHL Express recently announced it rolled out new flights between its Cincinnati and Panama hubs effective September 6.
In an effort to improve the flow of goods movement throughout Florida and the Southeastern United States, global real estate firm Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) said its client, Florida Inland Port, and the Port of Miami have inked a Letter of Intent (LOI).
In a major victory for independent truck drivers fearing “big brother” harassment, the government has been forced into the legal slow lane in its attempt to crack down on unsafe truckers.
The Institute for Supply Management has announced a new certification option for professionals who aim to prove their experience and broad-based knowledge in all the major components of supply management.
Sunday, September 11, 2011
Port and industry leaders gathered in Seattle for the 100th Annual Convention of the American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA) paused for a moment of silence on Sunday to honor those lost in the tragic event of 9/11.