Rail & Intermodal

A new containerized cargo transportation firm able to compete with global majors may soon appear in Russia.

“Importers and exporters need to work together. It’s a common bond we’re not using,” Dean Tracy, managing director of Global Integrated Services, told the annual Agriculture Transportation Coalition conference.

DP World is continuing its search for investment opportunities along the China-Europe Silk Road.

The North American Free Trade Agreement’s cross-border freight growth of 3.2 percent in 2015 — representing 14.7 million truck and rail containers crossing both borders — exceeds the global ocean container trade’s weak gain of 1.3 percent in the same period.

Reliable, time-guaranteed freight service is becoming the new mantra for Indian Railways.

The potential impact of China’s Belt and Road initiative is starting to emerge.

Shippers, especially retailers, want better end-to-end visibility to better manage inventory, but they need to connect gaps in their supply chains.

A new Panama Canal container route to the U.S. Gulf from Asia will replace and build on an intermodal rail service that Maersk Line launched via Mexico.

Canadian freight operator Manitoulin Global Forwarding added temperature-controlled trucking to its portfolio.

California took another step Friday toward meeting the governor’s goal of a zero-emissions freight transportation environment.