PierPass Inc. discusses possible changes in its model with port stakeholders in LA-LB.
Old Dominion Freight Lines avoided damage, used technology and phones to keep close contact with customers, as storm and flooding pummeled its home state.
Even when volumes rise, lower revenue shows impact of reduced rates and fuel surcharges at publicly owned carriers.
FMC Chairman Mario Cordero expresses concern after receiving staff briefing on analysis of PierPass fee collections and disbursements.
Russian shippers and transportation companies say they will have to increase their rates double digits to keep up with the cost increases created by Russia’s “Platon” truck toll.
Los Angeles and Long Beach have served as a laboratory for creative measures to cope with the growing container volumes and the surges of cargo from mega-ships that have also challenged other US ports.
US regulators are increasing funding for driver-training schools and institutions serving veterans while pushing a pilot program that would license under-21 ex-military drivers.
US shippers may be concerned about trucking rate hikes in 2017 and 2018, but pricing power isn't likely to slip away from them soon.
A chassis provider has asked a federal judge to cancel all its per-diem leasing agreements with Hanjin Shipping.
A week after Hurricane Matthew’s clouds lifted, US shippers continue to experience delays or outright embargoes on cargo moving in and around eastern North Carolina where rail lines and roads remain underwater.