Canada

26 Jan 2016
Canadian National Railway on Tuesday gave an uncertain but far rosier outlooks for 2016 than most of its North American counterparts after strong international intermodal volume gains helped propel it to a double-digit profit rise.
09 Nov 2015
Canadian Pacific Railway is reportedly gearing up to make a play for Norfolk Southern Railway in a new effort to consolidate the North American rail industry just 13 months after a similar bid for NS archrival, CSX Transportation, fell flat.
05 Nov 2015
Manitoulin Transport, one of Canada's largest less-than-truckload operators, opened a new terminal in Winnipeg, part of an ongoing expansion in Western Canada for the Ontario-based company.
05 Nov 2015
Renewed flare-ups of drayage driver discontent at Port Metro Vancouver have revived concerns that trucker disruption could return to the port despite moves taken to quell unrest.
04 Nov 2015
Class 8 tractor orders in the U.S. rose 30 percent from September last month, but were 45 percent lower year-over-year, a sign truckers are still digesting a big increase in truck counts and trying to rebalance capacity.
04 Nov 2015
U.S. Class 8 tractor registrations rose significantly in the first half of 2015, with trucking operators in the Midwest and South adding the lion's share of new vehicles, according to IHS Automotive. Those tractors are contributing to a capacity surplus where a shortage was once considered imminent. How long will the "capacity calm" last?
20 Oct 2015
Canadian Pacific Railway’s domestic intermodal push seems to have lost its steam.
12 Oct 2015
The world's second-largest transport operator is adding more than 41,000 postal codes to its international guaranteed package service, expanding its delivery footprint in Asia and other regions.
07 Oct 2015
Roadrunner Transportation Systems is expanding in Canada after having recently made a number of moves to increase its service in Mexico.
01 Oct 2015
Unifor, the union representing owner-operator truck drivers at Port Metro Vancouver, has filed suit in federal court charging that Canada’s largest port is enforcing a clean-truck requirement that will cost each of its members thousands of dollars, while at the same time allowing terminal operators to use cargo-handling equipment that emits harmful pollutants.
01 Oct 2015
Lower fuel prices and lower fuel surcharges are slowing the increase of freight shipping costs on both sides of the U.S. border or even reducing them, despite higher contract trucking rates.