Rail & Intermodal
At the 16th TPM Conference JOC Senior Content Editor Alessandra Barrett and Norfolk Southern Railway Director of International Intermodal Randy Bayles discuss how the expansion of the Panama Canal has impacted how NS serves ports on the U.S. East Coast and the challenges presented to intermodal rail providers by container surges from mega-ships.
India’s port connectivity infrastructure, which is a source of regular frustration for shippers and logistics providers, should show some improvement in the coming years.
JOC Senior Content Editor Alessandra Barrett and Florida East Coast Railway President and CEO Jim Hertwig sat down at the 16th TPM Conference to chat about the impact of the expanded Panama Canal on Florida ports and transport firms, the FECR’s new e-commerce platform, and the future of shipping refrigerated products in South Florida.
France’s ports, railways and airports face shutdown.
High levels of inventory continue to depress freight demand and help create excess truck capacity.
Cass/Avondale indices for April show continued decline in truckload and intermodal pricing.
One of the big three providers of U.S. marine chassis is being sold to a new owner.
Far-reaching regulation will affect many smaller U.S. transport operators, shippers as well as large companies.
Kansas City Southern Railway announced the name of its new chief executive officer Wednesday.
Shippers torn between road and rail have a new tool they can use to help make the decision.