Trucking Logistics

Eager to avoid potential rate increases in the second half of the year, shippers are sitting down with trucking providers now to talk pricing.


The legal salvo is the latest sign of how Hanjin containers continue to disrupt the global container shipping market.


More than 60 trucking groups joined to ask the new US transportation secretary to immediately rescind a key rule in the Compliance, Safety, Accountability or CSA initiative.

Companies have had to take costly detours to avoid the violence in Ukraine.

Echo Global Logistics sees need for even more optimization and analytics as online shopping begins to transform not just final-mile delivery but also middle-mile transport choices.

US inventories are rising, but inventory-to-sales ratios are falling, a sign freight is moving inland faster and inventories turning over more rapidly.

FECR operates about 350 miles of track along the east coast of Florida, and TRAC has an active fleet of more than 267,000 chassis.

Fuel surcharges, which dropped along with fuel prices in 2015 and 2016, are now rising again, putting more pressure on shipper budgets.

The economic impact of a challenge to Mexican trucking in the United States is small, but the debate could fuel a growing trade dispute.