The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has declared a Kentucky-licensed truck driver an imminent hazard to public safety after his involvement in a fatal accident that claimed six lives on I-75 outside Chattanooga, Tennessee on June 25, 2015.

Port of Portland Executive Director Bill Wyatt is recuperating in a Portland hospital after a recent motorcycle accident while on vacation in Oregon.

Hamburg Sud has returned to the Port of Miami a decade after it left by joining an existing Ocean Three service connecting the U.S. East Coast to China, advancing the German carrier and the port’s effort to attract more Asian import cargo.

Descartes, which operates the Global Logistics Network, recently purchased MK Data Service for $76.3 million in cash, giving shippers who use the network one more way to protect themselves from doing business with denied parties.

The Teamsters are deploying a bi-coastal strategy to challenge what the union charges is misclassification of drayage truck drivers as independent contractors, an indication of how the issue has expanded far beyond the San Pedro Bay area.

Truck tonnage dropped in June, and didn’t climb as much as previously thought in May, as high inventory levels dampened truck demand, according to the American Trucking Associations.

Canadian Pacific Railway’s domestic intermodal push appears to be losing steam after the railroad's volume growth decelerated to slowest pace in nearly a year.

The Port of Mombasa’s aspirations to remain the largest container port in East Africa were dealt a blow after the Uganda government said that it would not prioritize the building of a multi-purpose freight railway between Kampala and the Rwandan capital of Kigali.

Strong "but not stellar" freight demand, higher rates and keen management of drivers and equipment helped generate more profit for Werner Enterprises, which is using its profits to expand capacity.

The buyer of Neptune Orient Lines (NOL) will have to turn around a chronically unprofitable company with few attractive assets, is the blunt assessment of shipping analyst Alphaliner.