Global Logistics News

  • Video: More than cost, more than speed

    Video: More than cost, more than speed

    Along the supply chain, the freight forwarder is the link between multiple parties and integrator of data, Samuel Shapiro & Co.’s Director of Supply Chain Angela Czajkowski noted at the 2018 JOC...

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  • TPM 2020 Preview: Intro to Logistics

    Dan Gardner, President, Trade Facilitators Inc., on his Intro to Logistics session at TPM 2020, Sunday, 03 March 2019.For more details, visit: www.joc-tpm.com...

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  • Third IEP joins GCT New York chassis pool

    Third IEP joins GCT New York chassis pool

    [caption caption="Three chassis providers will serve shippers and truckers that use the GCT New York terminal in the Port of New York and New Jersey, after the addition of Milestone Equipment...

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  • PIL adds second Vietnam call to trans-Pacific service

    PIL adds second Vietnam call to trans-Pacific service

    [caption caption="PIL is adding a call at the Vietnamese Port of Vung Tau (above) to its AC5 service as US imports from Vietnam expand rapidly amid the US-China trade war. Photo credit:...

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  • Lineage Logistics expands at US ports, Asia-Pacific markets

    Lineage Logistics expands at US ports, Asia-Pacific markets

    [caption caption="Lineage Logistics will gain facilities in New Orleans, Houston, and Charleston through its latest acquisition. Photo credit: Ari Ashe."][/caption]Following recent expansion in...

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  • Lineage Logistics expands at US ports, Asia-Pacific markets

    Lineage Logistics expands at US ports, Asia-Pacific markets

    [caption caption="Lineage Logistics will gain facilities in New Orleans, Houston, and Charleston through its latest acquisition. Photo credit: Ari Ashe."][/caption]Following recent expansion in...

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  • SM Line returns container service to Portland in wake of ILWU ruling

    SM Line returns container service to Portland in wake of ILWU ruling

    [caption caption="Portland on Tuesday announced that South Korea-based SM Line is adding the Oregon port to its existing Asia-Pacific Northwest Service that includes calls in Vancouver, B.C., and...

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  • No peak season this year for air cargo: TIACA

    No peak season this year for air cargo: TIACA

    [caption caption="Current weakness in the global air cargo market will extend through the first half of 2020, observers say. Photo credit: Shutterstock.com."][/caption]BUDAPEST, Hungary — The air...

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  • Bangladesh shippers fear chaos from looming trucker strike

    Bangladesh shippers fear chaos from looming trucker strike

    [caption caption="Several hundred trucks laden with export goods leave apparel hubs in and around Dhaka daily en route to the ports of Chittagong and Mongla. Photo credit:...

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  • Talks to resume after union strikes against CN

    Talks to resume after union strikes against CN

    [caption caption="Teamsters Canadian Rail Conference ordered about 3,200 CN conductors and rail yard workers to strike at 12.10 a.m. Eastern time Tuesday over negotiating disagreements with CN....

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  • Talks to resume after union strikes against CN

    Talks to resume after union strikes against CN

    [caption caption="Teamsters Canada Rail Conference ordered about 3,200 CN conductors and rail yard workers to strike at 12:10 a.m. Eastern time Tuesday over negotiating disagreements with CN....

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  • LA-LB truck turn times fall farther on port volume dip

    LA-LB truck turn times fall farther on port volume dip

    [caption caption="The average turn time at the 12 container terminals in Los Angeles-Long Beach was 68 minutes, down from 71 minutes in September, which was a six-year low at the time. Photo...

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  • Truck driver hours violations drop in ELD era

    Truck driver hours violations drop in ELD era

    [caption caption="Violations handed to truckers for driving more than 14 hours have plummeted since 2017. Photo: Shutterstock.com."][/caption]Truck driver hours-of-service (HOS) violations for...

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  • NY-NJ faces cold storage space scarcity

    NY-NJ faces cold storage space scarcity

    [caption caption="Exact availability figures for refrigerated storage space are not available, but the rate for dry industrial space in New Jersey fell to its lowest point since 2011 in the third...

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  • ‘Thriving’ US wind market strains heavy-haul truckers

    ‘Thriving’ US wind market strains heavy-haul truckers

    [caption caption="A new dual-lane multi-axle trailer required to transport certain wind turbine components can cost upwards of $1 million. Photo credit: Perkins STC."][/caption]Growing demand from...

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  • Carriers signal confidence in riding out “messy” IMO start

    Carriers signal confidence in riding out “messy” IMO start

    [caption caption="The spread between high- and low-sulfur fuels in Singapore hit an all-time high on Friday of $273 per metric ton (mt). Photo credit: Shutterstock.com."][/caption]HONG KONG —...

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  • Carriers signal confidence in riding out 'messy' IMO start

    Carriers signal confidence in riding out 'messy' IMO start

    [caption caption="The spread between high- and low-sulfur fuels in Singapore hit an all-time high on Friday of $273 per metric ton (mt). Photo credit: Shutterstock.com."][/caption]HONG KONG —...

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  • NY-NJ port leadership steps up amid heightened competition

    NY-NJ port leadership steps up amid heightened competition

    [caption caption="The local consumer economy served by the Port of New York and New Jersey is the largest in the United States and, by some estimates, the second-largest globally behind Tokyo....

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  • NY–NJ port leadership steps up amid heightened competition

    NY–NJ port leadership steps up amid heightened competition

    [caption caption="The local consumer economy served by the Port of New York and New Jersey is the largest in the United States and, by some estimates, the second-largest globally behind Tokyo....

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  • NY-NJ trucker classification battle advances

    NY-NJ trucker classification battle advances

    [caption caption="Trucking companies in the Port of New York and New Jersey fear that a proposed bill in the New Jersey Legislature would make it harder for drivers that want to remain independent...

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