Commentary

Commentary

Time and time again, Puerto Rico has proven its resilience following natural disasters, economic upset, politic
When the Harbor Trucking Association began advocating for the adoption of empty appointments, it was to help av
Because “hedonic,” supply-and-demand-based pricing leads to bigger swings in trucking rates, accounting for both costs and market sentiment data could smooth the market’s inherent peaks and valleys.
It is shocking that the less-than-truckload (LTL) sector continues to operate with legacy business practices from the reg
How logistics providers came together to expedite a buried container needed for one of the world’s top tennis tournaments show why personal relationships still matter in this industry.
Technology is often cited as the key to overcoming challenges for shippers and the logistics providers that serve them, but what if technology hinders the achievement of those goals instead of enabling them?
Focusing on the mid-size and large players, modernizing core systems and shifting to modern systems is the baseline to which many need to aspire.
With so many products currently subject to Trump administration tariffs, a huge portion of entries from China will not be eligible for CBP's recently announced COVID-19-related duty deferral program.
It’s time for PSR 2.0++, which provides the means for implementing and scaling PSR for mainstream adoption – not just within individual railroads, but across railroads and across the entire transportation ecosystem.
The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) puts supply chain in the global spotlight, though, it fails when purchasing, manufacturing and transportation don't come together.
Any rush to return to normalcy could lead to the doubling or tripling of inland transportation costs per container.
Many companies still lack adequate risk aversion planning, planning that should now include disruptions, including special tariffs against China and the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).
I recall learning early in my career an important saying about the liner business: You make money on shipping —
In the early 1960s, there was a television show called “That Was the Week That Was!” While it was intended as a