International Logistics

Logistics news, intelligence and analysis on the many parts of the international logistics supply chain including distribution centers, refrigerated supply chains, logistics technology and logistics companies and third-party logistics providers around the world such as C.H. Robinson, FedEx, UPS, and XPO Logistics.

Commentary

Pages

News & Analysis

Wheat production is expected to rise 13 percent year-over-year in 2016 as other crops are also expected to come in above 2015 levels.
29 Aug 2016
U.S. exporters are bracing for what could be another historic harvest this year.
29 Aug 2016
Maersk Line launched a new feeder service to the western Chinese port city of Yibin.
The combination of Allcargo Logistics' various units comes as the company expands its presence in Indian ports.
26 Aug 2016
Allcargo Logistics Ltd. unveiled a plan to combine all of its third-party logistics businesses into a single entity.
Trans-Pacific volumes have been respectable this year, but they have still been unable to catch up with capacity introduced by container lines in the recent past.
26 Aug 2016
Vessels carrying peak-season imports from Asia are filling up.
26 Aug 2016
A proposal to mandate speed-limiting technology on heavy trucks would increase demand for truck drivers, U.S. regulators admit.
The Port of Hong Kong, pictured, is just one of the many top ports that will soon find themselves facing new challenges on a number of fronts.
26 Aug 2016
The reign of container terminals as profit leaders in supply chains is under pressure.
The days of questions about zero freight on the Asia-Europe trade may be gone, but the market is still a difficult one for container lines.
26 Aug 2016
It may not seem like it, but there has been an upward trend in Asia-Europe freight rates since the March lows.
25 Aug 2016
Investors appear to be demanding more proof “Uber for Trucking” concepts actually will work.
25 Aug 2016
The hard first-half trading environment was reflected in Li & Fung results.
24 Aug 2016
A new white paper commissioned by the Van Horne Institute and completed by JOC outlines how Canada can build on its success in creating inland ports.
It could be some time before Cuban container cranes, such as these pictured in Havana, start lifting more volumes bound for international markets.
24 Aug 2016
Commercial shipping's opportunities to do business with Cuba are unlikely to significantly improve until at least February 2018.