Commentary

Commentary

The Container Excess Dwell Fees certainly don’t pass the scrutiny of the FMC’s incentive principle contained in its interpretive rules for demurrage and detention.
Importers shouldn’t be on the hook for port demurrage when they can’t remove containers.
A three-way intersection on the horizon, where serverless, SaaS, and open-source platforms collide, will hasten this ongoing revolution we’re seeing take place.
Most parcel shippers are painfully aware since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic that along with higher costs for transp
A US regulatory cloud hangs over railroads amid service deterioration.
To blame the entirety of the supply chain problems on “foreign” carriers is a tried-and-true tactic — and grossly unfair.
Pricing from the National Motor Freight Classification still works and with some low-cost tweaks, it can work even better.
The challenges faced by the intermodal industry stem from treating intermodal like carload and paying insufficient attention to service.
As a starting point, it might be useful to consider what we do not have enough of.
Labor powering freight transportation is in the driver's seat.
In a tight market, shippers need forwarders more than ever. How can shippers make sure they have the right partners to lean on?
There is no better source for your order volume forecast accuracy than your downstream end-user.
San Pedro is the beating heart of our nation’s transportation system. Let’s hope the close-up is favorable.