CSX Transportation’s overhaul of its network ultimately may benefit shippers.
Cora Di Pietro, vice president, global trade consulting, and Stéphan Galarneau, vice-president, North America inside sales, Livingston International
When it comes to discussion of trade in Canada, there are few topics that stir the passions of stakeholders as that of cheese.
Wolfgang Lehmacher, head of supply chain and transport industry, World Economic Forum
Disruption is unavoidable for container shipping as multiple technologies converge with unprecedented speed.
Colin Barrett, president, Barrett Transportation Consultants
When a driver goes to close the trailer doors after a shipment is loaded, even though standing at ground level rather than in the trailer or otherwise level with the load, would he be able to discover improper loading or securing?
John W. Miller, trade numerologist, IHS Markit
A simmering trade dispute between the United States, United Kingdom, and Canada underscores how the global aviation market has become one of the richest opportunities for logistics and shipping firms.
Wayne K. Talley, professor of maritime and supply chain management, Old Dominion University
The prioritization of ultra-large container ships at ports delays shipments by smaller container ships, and increases the risk of damage to cargo and ships.
Blake Shumate, COO, American Global Logistics
Businesses today have more resources and technology than ever to manage their logistics processes.
Pierre Liguori, European contributor
The world was shocked by the British citizens’ decision on June 24, 2016, to withdraw their nation from the European Union.
J. Stanley Payne, CEO, Summit Strategic Partners
As long as there are plentiful avenues for the flow of US commerce in and among the ports of the United States, Canada, and Mexico, does diversion matter?
The US system is challenged when it comes to chassis and, by extension, the need to provide a sustainable working environment for truckers.
Susan Kohn Ross, international trade attorney, Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp
As criminals grow more creative in efforts to circumvent the law, the US Customs and Border Protection is implementing new enforcement tools.
Vince Santinello, ocean business development and route manager, C.H. Robinson.
Some issues in ocean shipping are so predictable that you can plan for them, yet others are not so predictable.
Philip Sutter, Livingston International
Automotive rules of origin are the real sticking factor.