Videos

Videos

Brian Conrad, executive administrator of the Transpacific Stabilization Agreement, explains why the TSA is being expanded to include the westbound trans-Pacific market.
Carlos Martinez-Tomatis, Division Vice President Global Supply Chain Services for TPM Silver Sponsor ABF, discusses the company’s expansion into new markets and additional offerings, its distinctive services, and its plans for growth in 2013. He also discusses expectations for 2013 in the trans-Pacific trade.
Adam Roth, Director, NAI Global Logistics, discusses trends in commercial real estate in North America, the impact of transportation on location and network structure, the future for trucking and railroads, the potential for near-shoring and growth in e-commerce facilities and consequently inland distribution.
CSX Transportation's $175 million intermodal terminal in Northwest Ohio is key to the railroad's effort to spur shippers to shift truckloads to the tracks.
The central Washington town of Quincy offers the lowest operating costs for distribution centers in a site-selection consultant’s survey of 29 western U.S. and Canadian locations with intermodal connections to regional markets.