Greenland is melting. The Amazon is on fire.
Sue Libenson, senior program officer, Pacific Environment NGO
Ben Bidwell, director of US Customs, C.H. Robinson
Just as businesses were getting used to the new tariff changes on items imported from China, the United States
Carlos Nicholas Fernandes, digital transformation advisor
The logistics industry is frequently described as “antiquated” and with the rise of the “digital transformation
Susan K. Ross, international trade attorney, Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp
The Trump administration's recent labeling of China as a currency manipulator is unlikely to have the desired impact with respect to larger trade negotiations.
Naz Solomon, Business Consultant/Logistics at Charlton Morris
Deals like the $4.6 billion merger of forwarders DSV A/S and Panalpina can be incredibly beneficial, with better all-in-one solutions offered with a greater reach and at more competitive prices, but the complex and lengthy integrations that follow can also disrupt service levels.
Andre Wheeler, director, Wheeler Management Consulting
Despite publicly indicating a preference for the Port of Trieste in Italy, China may have really been working on securing market entry into Europe via a connection to the Rhine-Alpine corridor in Rijeka, Croatia.
Gary Ferrulli, chief executive officer, Global Logistics & Transport Consulting
Maersk Line and CMA CGM have gotten a lot of press for their plans to offer services many see as “new,” while others say this is just the next iteration of something carriers have tried to do for decades.
Gary Ferrulli, CEO, Global Logistics & Transport Consulting
The forecast for the second half of 2019 is cloudy as far as what the markets will do, putting carriers in the position of controlling their destiny through capacity management.
Colin Barrett, President, Barrett Transportation Consultants
A broker would be inept to sign documentation listing it as a carrier just to gain a business deal.
ManWo Ng, Associate Professor of Maritime and Supply Chain Management, Old Dominion University
John Monarch, chief executive and co-founder of ShipChain
Advancements in logistics data collection are expanding the ability of shipp
Michael Reed, chief strategy officer at project44
For years, logistics service providers and carriers have been adopting digital technologies to help them stream
Tammy Birlew, vice president, Americas, C.H. Robinson
Working with a third-party purchase order management solutions provider can give shippers the volume to secure the rates and capacity they need, as well as added flexibility and efficiency in their supply chains when combined with transportation, logistics, warehousing, consolidation, and customs services.
Roger Guenther, Executive Director of Port Houston
The Port Commission of Port Houston opposed a law signed by Texas Governor Greg Abbot that restricts the size of vessels transiting the Houston Ship Channel, but port authorities say they will move on to deal with other challenges, notably a project to widen and deepen the key waterway.
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