North America

24 Aug 2016
Jacksonville company to handle Army work at Sunny Point, North Carolina
08 Aug 2016
IHS economist: the volume of containerized U.S. imports will grow at a slower pace than expected in 2016.
An intermodal rebound would be most welcome by Class I railroads in the U.S. and Canada, which have been struggling as demand for coal and other commodities has floundered.
08 Aug 2016
The so-called freight recession in North America may soon be coming to an end.
06 Aug 2016
She was an advocate of U.S.-flag shipping and the Port of Baltimore for 70 years.
The U.S. economy created 255,000 jobs in July, a higher number than expected and although trucking employment has declined since 2015, it is still slightly above its pre-recession peak.
05 Aug 2016
Does an uptick in trucking jobs indicate the trucking market is stabilizing?
04 Aug 2016
With cost controls, disciplined pricing and a sharp eye on volume margins, XPO Logistics positions LTL for more profitable growth.
04 Aug 2016
Small carriers may have gained more revenue than their larger counterparts last year, reversing a recent trend. Can they do it again in 2016?
03 Aug 2016
XPO's North American LTL operations, the former Con-way, led the company's drive to its first quarterly net profit.
03 Aug 2016
Shippers and government agencies are still experiencing growing pains as they adjust to the new system.
03 Aug 2016
With an abbreviated legislative calendar thanks to the upcoming November election and a full slate of bills to work through, Congress will be in a mad dash to get anything, much less a WRDA bill, passed.
02 Aug 2016
Terminal operators in Southern California faced criticism over this newest fee.