Beneficial cargo owners that book through non-vessel-operating common carriers should be aware that spot rates can vary dramatically and those that seek the lowest rates have the highest risk.
The trans-Atlantic continues to slide down the container route rankings.
Shippers moving goods from northeastern China to international markets are turning to Russian ports.
Private marine terminal operators in Brazil will benefit from two legal changes likely to become law.
TRAC Intermodal is furthering an industry-wide push to upgrade intermodal equipment quality.
Waterfront employers and the International Longshore and Warehouse Union are moving aggressively to ensure there will be enough dockworkers to handle cargo in the largest US port complex.
India’s major, or public, ports are slowly regaining market share lost to their so-called minor, or private, rivals over the past few years.
Taiwanese carrier Yang Ming Line tells customers of plans to improve its liquidity and stem the tide of losses.
Aluminum production has shifted to the Middle East, Russia, and especially China, and away from traditional consumption centers in the United States and Europe.
Bechtel’s Engineered Logistics initiative seeks to take the company’s 118 years of experience and knowledge and leverage it with drones, simulation models, and other technology.