A carrier is always liable for loss or damage to goods in its custody, and there are many ways for a shipper to satisfy his evidentiary burden of showing that pilferage happened while the carrier had the goods.
Bradley Jacobs stands out among the more recent leaders and entrepreneurs for doing something many freight transportation executives and observers viewed as unrealistic.


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Market Data

The various data sets collected via third-party sources and from sources within IHS Maritime & Trade, the parent of, will allow you to make informed business decisions by analyzing up-to-date data on pricing, freight volume and service reliability. All of the six Market Data categories are updated weekly, monthly or quarterly depending on the data set.  Find more information on how to read or utilize the data by reviewing our Frequently Asked questions.

Market Intelligence

Think outside the "text box" with infographics and slideshows that detail the industry's biggest challenges and opportunities, from the fastest growing U.S. ports to the impact of recent carrier alliances.

Slideshow: Four ways shippers can protect from another Hanjin
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