United States

23 Jul 2017
Petrochemical investment in the US Gulf is a rare bright spot in a generally weak global breakbulk market.
11 Jul 2017
When Patterson Warehouses began operations in Memphis in 1856 flatbed trailers were horse-drawn and being loaded onto steamboats. Vice President Buzz Fly discusses its evolution as a logistics hub, investments, and customer trends.
10 Jul 2017
The APM Terminals facility at Port of New York and New Jersey — challenged by long truck lines after a cyber attack on parent company, Maersk Group — said it hopes to be fully operational by Wednesday.
10 Jul 2017
Seasonally adjusted employment numbers show trucking employment dropping since March, though raw data show gains. Will truckers shift from first mile to last mile?
10 Jul 2017
The changing landscape for international intermodal rail reflects the fierce competition among US East Coast ports to attract away from the West Coast discretionary cargo into and out of points east of the Ohio Valley.
08 Jul 2017
Project shippers and carriers hope the Export-Import Bank of the United States, a political football for years, can get off the sidelines soon.
07 Jul 2017
Online marketplaces and mobile apps are challenging decades-old business models for industrial distributors as use of e-commerce channels grows, a UPS survey finds.
07 Jul 2017
Steel accounts for 9.5 percent of US breakbulk volumes by dollar value, and is a primary commodity at ports including Houston; New Orleans; Mobile; Brownsville, Texas; and on the Delaware River.
06 Jul 2017
The $113 million acquisition of Interstate Distributor will give Heartland greater "depth" in important truck lanes and a roster of experienced drivers.
06 Jul 2017
The addition of The Steelman Companies follows mergers with Big Freight Systems and Schilli Companies, pushing Daseke revenue closer to $1 billion.
05 Jul 2017
Just days after APL announced the launch of a direct Asia-Hawaii service, NYK has doubled its frequency to the US island state.