United States

United States

29 Nov 2021
Eight vessels are now anchored off the Port of Charleston following the brief closure of a berth earlier this month and a stevedore labor shortage over the long Thanksgiving weekend.
29 Nov 2021
Construction has begun that would allow double-stack trains between Baltimore and Midwest cities such as Chicago, a major step in the Port of Baltimore’s effort to build its intermodal profile with shippers.
29 Nov 2021
Many transportation executives, citing a highly fragile and capacity-constrained system and ongoing surprises tied to the unpredictable trajectory of the pandemic, are unwilling to declare the supply chain crisis has begun a period of sustained easing.
29 Nov 2021
The amount of “creative destruction” that has occurred in the warehousing sector is hidden by the headline employment figures, say two JOC guest columnists.
25 Nov 2021
A strong third quarter for US airlines is expected to spill over into the last three months as demand continues to fill all available space.
25 Nov 2021
The high cost of charters and an urgent need to replace capacity caught up in the supply chain disruption continues to galvanize the second-hand ship market.
24 Nov 2021
The Port of Long Beach will increase its annual throughput capacity by 1 million TEU in December when Long Beach Container Terminal opens a third vessel berth.
24 Nov 2021
Despite ILWU leadership pledging to support the Biden administration’s efforts to decongest ports in Southern California, insiders remain worried the national spotlight on ports will not prevent labor disruption on the docks next year.
23 Nov 2021
Tension is mounting on the West Coast as the ILWU formally rejected an employer offer to extend the existing coastwide contract for one year beyond the July 1, 2022 expiration date.
23 Nov 2021
The Port of Charleston is concerned about the cost of chassis for its new pool now due to launch in 2023, while negotiations to secure an agreeable price took longer than expected.
23 Nov 2021
After a decade leading one of the world’s largest forwarders, Detlef Trefzger will step down as CEO of Kuehne + Nagel in the middle of next year.