Trucking Logistics

Bradley S. Jacobs knows a thing or two about about consolidation.

Mid-sized LTL carriers increased revenue at a faster pace in 2016 and are poised to grow more.

Intermodal equipment providers hope to launch a long-delayed universal chassis pool at the Port of New York and New Jersey before the Bayonne Bridge is raised later this year.

Jacobs said more ocean carrier consolidation is coming and more is needed.

“The Teamsters are out of control.”

US retailers are seeking the right balance between in-store and online inventories.

Shipper demands for more integrated services helped spur merger of regional less-than-truckload carriers Central Freight Lines and Wilson Trucking.

If properly fitted with sensors, a chassis can evolve well beyond its current state of utility.

As XPO gains global scale, it is blending disparate networks to offer new services to shippers.

Marine terminals encouraged to engage with truckers in order to improve turn times.