"If you don't have the infrastructure outside your gates, you're dead in the water."
Mandatory appointments will help OICT manage truck flow.
An increase in Asian freight shipped straight to Mexico means fewer trucks heading south from the U.S., tighter capacity for northbound shipments.
Rise ends three consecutive weeks of decline.
A crackdown on existing inspection standards could reduce the number of vessels available to carry cargoes in U.S. domestic waterborne trade.
India is taking a range of port-related actions to make trade processes more efficient and improve its ranking in the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business survey and report.
Chabahar is a commercial and geopolitically strategic rival to the port of Gwadar in Pakistan, which is at the center of a $45 billion investment by China to develop a trade and transport corridor.
The stagnant Brazilian economy and the massive injection of container capacity hurts major terminal operator.
Roll-on, roll-off operators are positioning themselves as long-term competitors for heavy-lift shipments of traditional breakbulk vessels.
With an average of 15 percent of chassis invoice charges inaccurate or subject to dispute, motor carriers that automate the reconciliation of invoices save thousands of dollars annually, according to a chassis billing specialist.