The U.S. Federal Maritime Commission is moving to force ocean carriers to provide data and information for monitoring a FMC-authorized agreement formed to attack West Coast port congestion.
Don’t have the time to rehash last year and want to know what’s in store for the next 18 months? You’ve got freight to move, so here are the takeaways from the annual State of Logistics report...
New global requirements on the construction of large container vessels aimed at reducing the risk of catastrophic structural failure will likely increase the price tag for carriers, reducing the...
When it came to influencing the flow of U.S. maritime container traffic, West Coast longshoremen owned 2014 (and the first two months of 2015). The standoff with waterfront employers crippled West...
U.S. freight infrastructure advocates are urging Congress not to let the TIGER grant program be reduced from a roar to a meow.
APM Terminals estimates it will take 7 to 10 days for operations to return to normal after striking stevedores returned to work Friday at the company’s general cargo terminal in Callao, Peru.
U.S. containerized imports are forecast to rise 5.4 percent year-over-year in the second half of the year after inbound volume at the major gateways for retail goods hit normal levels in April,...
Far East ports, such Vladivostok and Khabarovsk, will drive Russian container volume growth, as trade between Russia and China grows through greater economic cooperation, according to new government...
Pyeongtaek-Dangjin has a thriving automotive trade and aims to knock Busan out as South Korea’s busiest gateway for vehicle volume.
The U.S. Department of Transportation on Friday said changes to federal limits on truck sizes and weights shouldn’t be considered because data limitations in its own study are “so profound.”
APM Terminals said that weeding out drug traffickers from its dockworker ranks at the Port of Callao is a priority as well as a main point of contention in an ongoing strike at the port.
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