United States

25 Feb 2017
It highlights the hurdle the US Class I rail industry faces to grow intermodal business, especially international volume, in a marketplace that faces considerable economic headwinds, pricing challenges, and has seen increasing use of transloading in the West Coast to move imports to 53-foot domestic containers and shipping them to the East.
15 Feb 2017
US inventories are rising, but inventory-to-sales ratios are falling, a sign freight is moving inland faster and inventories turning over more rapidly.
14 Feb 2017
Fuel surcharges, which dropped along with fuel prices in 2015 and 2016, are now rising again, putting more pressure on shipper budgets.
13 Feb 2017
Spot rates in eastbound Pacific drop marginally in the second week of the Lunar New Year.
13 Feb 2017
The economic impact of a challenge to Mexican trucking in the United States is small, but the debate could fuel a growing trade dispute.
12 Feb 2017
Growing volatility in freight rates and future changes in supply chains that result from major revisions in trade agreements create a bigger market for electronic audit and payment services.
11 Feb 2017
There’s no question a boom in US exports of resins is coming, but when will it begin? And which ports will handle the goods?
11 Feb 2017
Problems are inevitable any time the normal routine is disrupted at a marine terminal.
10 Feb 2017
The rapid development of safety-related technology for trucks will speed autonomous trucking, Ryder's chief technology officer says.
09 Feb 2017
Large less-than-truckload carriers are rolling into 2017 on a firmer foundation and look to boost pricing.
09 Feb 2017
The acquistion of the Evans Network of Companies, an intermodal operator, signals renewed interest in assets as well as technology.