Container lines are adding intra-Asia services or improving their coverage of the region to capture what appears to be increasing demand on the North-South trade.


Slowing global growth, liner overcapacity, and high capex needs will test the resilience of Asia's ports over the next couple of years.


BNSF has 60 days to decide whether to appeal latest court ruling involving the Southern California International Gateway.


While international intermodal volume at Canadian National Railroad fell in the second quarter, its domestic intermodal business was up.
The railway, Canada’s largest, said that traffic figures took a hit from weakened demand, but business was also curbed by challenges at Port Metro Vancouver.

Looking beyond broader market, Hub Group sees share gain, more volume ahead.

Weak coal and intermodal demand combined with a restructuring effort to bring down second-quarter profit and revenue at Norfolk Southern Railway.
Norfolk Southern railway’s results paint the near-final brushstrokes on the grim landscape that Class I railroads faced in the second quarter.

Linea Peninsular has added a weekly container service to Port Tampa Bay.

Broker benefits from lower costs, but lower rates take a bite out of truckload revenue.

A poor showing at Hutchison Port Holdings' Hong Kong terminals, one of which is pictured, negatively impacted the company's overall volume and revenue in the first half.
Container throughput at the world’s busiest container terminal operator, Hutchison Port Holdings, fell in the first half.

The Port of Houston’s overall container volume passed 1 million 20-foot-equivalent units for the first half of the year.