International Logistics

Poste Italiane, Italy’s state-owned postal company is expected to start selling shares in its initial public offering next week and make its debut on the Milan stock exchange at the end of October or early November.

The coming "data explosion" could help make transportation networks much more efficient — if we can agree on what information to share and with whom to share it.

Con-way Freight today said it will raise non-contract tariff rates 4.9 percent this month, following rate hikes announced by FedEx Freight in the U.S. and DHL Freight in Europe.

To own or not to own assets: that is the question facing third-party logistics and transport operators in a world where the supply and cost of shipping capacity, on land at least, is increasingly uncertain. XPO Logistics believes it has an answer: Do both.

The much-publicized driver shortage in trucking is part of a larger employee shortage problem facing the entire transportation industry, including the warehouse and logistics sectors, according a new study.

UPS is expanding its footprint in China with offices in 13 new cities, a reflection of the parcel giant’s confidence in the Chinese market despite the recent economic slowdown there.

UTi Worldwide has opened a 27,000 square foot warehouse in north central Mexico to serve automotive and high-tech manufacturers exporting products to the nearby U.S. market.

A new, centralized supply chain software platform will help food service distributor Canadian Paper keep track of perishables moving from "farm to fork."

DHL Express has promoted a veteran African logistics executive to managing director of Sub-Saharan Africa operations for the global parcel giant.

CEVA Logistics claims changes to its less-than-container-load export system and the use of trucks instead of rail have cut local transit times for U.S. exports by as much as 14 days compared with the schedules of rival operators.