International Logistics

JOC Senior Content Editor Alessandra Barrett and Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of FedEx Trade Networks Dr. Udo Lange discuss how e-commerce is shaping shipping and logistics now, and how it will continue to shape the industry in the future as the gap between e-commerce and traditional commerce narrows.

CargoSmart Chief Commercial Officer Lionel Louie and JOC Senior Content Editor Alessandra Barrett chat at the 16th TPM Conference about the digitization of critical shipping information and the shortcomings of electronic data interchange, which is widely used in the industry. The two also talk about the challenges to digitizing data and how technology can help shippers in their daily operations.

Damco profit jumped triple digits in the first quarter.

DP World said in a notice to customers in the United Arab Emirates that it had determined how it will enable SOLAS compliance in the UAE and at what cost.

A slower economy has not necessarily driven less-than-truckload carriers off the road.

In the U.S., the spring of 2016 isn’t a bad time to be a shipper. Sure, there’s the SOLAS problem, but soft demand combined with excess capacity on land and sea and low fuel costs is pushing down transportation costs and giving shippers more bargaining power in annual contract bids, whether in the trans-Pacific maritime trade or U.S. domestic truck lanes.

Allcargo Logistics, the parent of global non-vessel-operating common carrier ECU Line, plans to more than double annual revenue.

CEVA Logistics posted a positive performance in the first quarter despite tough market conditions.

The U.S. Coast Guard Thursday gave its stamp of approval to two alternative methods for obtaining certified container weights to comply with new international regulations.

Yusen Logistics Co.’s group net profit was shaped by an uneven performance across its business segments and geographic regions.