Trucking Logistics

It's a hard economy for smaller U.S. trucking companies such as Nebraska Transport Company. The carrier believes technology, partnerships can help it not just survive, but thrive.


Shippers are OK with paying an extra to help fund night gates at the Port of Oakland.

Frustrated by a slow-growth economy, low freight demand and tighter regulatory controls, trucking providers are looking for new opportunities, often in last-mile logistics.

New direction for trucker-owned chassis cooperative.

The state of U.S. freight growth in 2016 and perhaps next year hangs on inventories.

“It’s not as bad as it was, I’d put it that way.”

Ripples from Brexit could reach truck cabs on U.S. highways.

Truck turn times at Cochin Port should improve greatly because of a new technological initiative rolled out by the port authority.

Amazon now may be the world's largest 3PL, especially for small shippers, supply chain consultant Adrian Gonzalez tells SMC3 Connections 2016.


Can the notoriously complicated, not to mention technologically hidebound, freight forwarding industry be turned into a streamlined, digitally driven paragon of efficiency?