Florida

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.
24 Aug 2016
Many U.S. exporters are still confused about how to meet Chinese rules aimed at preventing the spread of the Zika virus.
20 May 2016
The Port of Jacksonville is bullish on its growing Asian import trade, but success hinges on keeping a key Asian terminal operator in town.
17 May 2016
The looming SOLAS summer deadline has left many shippers wondering where and how they will be able to obtain certified VGMs.
10 May 2016
Port Panama City plans to develop a breakbulk forest products terminal on a newly acquired waterfront tract at the U.S. Gulf Coast port on the Florida panhandle.
21 Mar 2016
Total Quality Logistics is opening a third facility in South Carolina, continuing a fast-paced expansion driven by shipper demand for truckload brokerage services.
14 Mar 2016
A new all-water container service moving Samsung products from Mexico through the Port of Miami to the Southeast is providing some shippers a cheaper and faster option, shaving off roughly half the time and a quarter of the cost from traditional trucking cross-border options.
14 Mar 2016
Container traffic at the Port of Miami jumped 20 percent in January, a surge that port officials credited to larger vessels calling at the gateway and roughly $1 billion of investment in portside infrastructure attracting new business.
29 Jan 2016
Landstar System expanded its capacity in the fourth quarter to its highest level yet, 9,500 owner-operated tractor-trailers. A softer freight market meant lower revenue per truckload, however.
12 Jan 2016
Bill Clement, head of CSX Transportation’s intermodal business, will be leaving the company, as part of a second wave of management changes.
07 Dec 2015
Crowley is continuing its investments in its U.S.-Caribbean-Latin American services, adding 400 new refrigerated cargo containers to its fleet servicing the region.
31 Oct 2015
In the wake of a major deepening project to accommodate post-Panamax megaships, there is intense debate over how successful the Port of Miami will be realizing its goal of becoming a competitive gateway for Asian imports destined for points beyond Florida.