Trucking companies of all types are being driven to take new and sometimes rough routes, as the growth of e-commerce, shifting consumer spending patterns, new regulations and technology create new challenges.

Hanjin Shipping has until Sept. 4 to meet the conditions set by its creditors, and the South Korean government has expressed reluctance to bail out the struggling container line.
Hanjin Shipping on Thursday submitted its plan to boost liquidity to the Korea Development Bank.

The hard first-half trading environment was reflected in Li & Fung results.

APL’s tie-up with CMA CGM has allowed the Singapore liner to re-enter the India-Europe trade lane.

The Aotea Maersk will become the largest container ship ever to visit New Zealand when it calls at Tauranga on Oct. 4.

Jacksonville company to handle Army work at Sunny Point, North Carolina.

National Transportation Safety Board engineer Douglas Mansel begins the process of disassembling El Faro’s voyage data recorder capsule Aug. 9, 2016 aboard the USNS Apache.
Investigators have collected 26 hours of information from the voyage data recorder of El Faro.

Two different parts of the federal government, the Commerce Department and Department of Transportation, are looking into the issue of productivity at U.S. ports.
The U.S. federal government, with the help of shippers and others, is trying to come to grips with how to improve port productivity.

Tighter global emission standards on container ships are giving birth to a new vessel type designed specifically to ply the Irish Sea.

Containers from more than 30 countries and the U.S. that have recorded cases of the Zika virus are now subject to extra scrutiny from Chinese regulators.
Many U.S. exporters are still confused about how to meet Chinese rules aimed at preventing the spread of the Zika virus.