The SEZ is designed with a 494-acre site for processing activities and a 190-acre zone for non-processing operations.

Shippers spent more on dedicated trucking and last-mile deliveries last year, benefiting top tier carriers. Will industrial and consumer freight follow in 2017?

The Department of Justice is targeting a “gray area” between its authority and that of the Federal Maritime Commission.

Pace of service contracting should heat up as soon as final questions about new carrier alliances are answered.

One theme that popped up in a number of panel discussions at the JOC's 17th Annual TPM Conference was a changing of the paradigm that defines relationships between carriers and shippers.

A directory of more than 150 warehousing service providers across the United States.

Cargo booking exchange platform secures funding of $8.5 million from GE and Goldman Sachs, among others.

The Great Lakes/St. Lawrence Seaway system is reopening this week.

“Shippers along these routes will get the best transit times, most competition, and cheapest rates. The reverse will be true for niche shippers.”