Rail & Intermodal
A U.S. federal mandate requiring truck drivers to use electronic logging devices by the end of next year won’t necessarily be the harbinger of a long-anticipated “capacity crunch.”
U.S. exporters are bracing for what could be another historic harvest this year.
The world’s No. 2 container maker, slumped to a loss in the first half of 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.
Cheaper production and material costs and sagging demand have contributed to the decline.
JNPT is the first major, or public, port to take advantage of a new policy under the Sagar Mala infrastructure development program.
Retailer tightens control over delivery times, flow of inventory from warehouses as e-commerce grows.
Truck and rail traffic in Southern California back to normal after wildfire contained.
The new agreement highlights how Savannah, along with a handful of other U.S. ports, are tapping intermodal rail networks connected to inland hubs
Despite an uptick from June last month, lots of available trucks are likely to keep truckload and intermodal rates soft, Cass and Avondale Partners say.