Peter Tirschwell, IHS Maritime & Trade senior content officer, is a prominent thought-leader in maritime transportation with more than 20 years as journalist and business leader at The Journal of Commerce.
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Given the nexus of polar opposites along the technology spectrum, the outcome is uncertain at best.
Container carriers may have found a way to effectively serve small and midsize shippers, a market they've let drain away for decades.
From the perspective of an online buyer, distinctions between strictly carrier and logistics services are blurred.
Leveraging technology and investment to focus on the niche of serving the needs of fast-moving cargo is a positive direction for the ports to pursue.
Sensors attached to containers to show the whereabouts of goods at any given moment revolutionize how logistics is conducted.
It is clear that logisticians are increasingly hungry for granular, real-time information about their cargo, and that technology is nearing the point where it can accommodate that need on a...
Overcapacity will exert significant pricing pressure on the container industry over the next two years.
There is still debate headed into the 17th Annual TPM Conference this year as to the strength of the trans-Pacific market. But what seems undeniable is a growing sense that the container market has...
If properly fitted with sensors, a chassis can evolve well beyond its current state of utility.
Concern is growing that major US gateways won’t be able to handle the overnight changes that will occur at marine terminals when new ocean carrier alliances take effect on April 1. A new bout of...
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