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The Environmental Defense Fund’s Elena Craft says the group’s strategy of working cooperatively with transportation carriers and shippers has yielded important gains, but says important pr
Seattle Seaport chief Linda Styrk says the port’s moves to clean up harbor trucking are moving at a good pace, as the port tries to win back container business Seattle says has gone to Canada.
YRC Worldwide’s new CEO James Welch details the progress of the turnaround efforts for the $5 billion trucking operator. YRC News:
On the second day of a two-day tour of Panama, JOC Editor Mark Szakonyi rides the Panama Canal Railway to the Port of Colon, a growing transshipment hub.
On the first day of a two-day Panama Canal tour, JOC Editor Mark Szakonyi checks out a Hamburg Sud container ship pass through the canal.
Stephen Knott, general vice president of the International Longshoremen's Association, discusses the union's concerns about the introduction of labor-saving technology at Global Terminal in Bayonne, N
Peter Shaerf, managing director of AMA Capital Partners, talks about the debt burden hanging over the shippi
Despite mixed signals in other parts of the global shipping economy, David Schrader, senior vice president for operations at TransCore, says freight shipping demand remains strong in the U.S.
FTR Associates’ Larry Gross says industrial demand is fueling the relatively strong showing in U.S. shipping this fall, but tight capacity is likely to drive up shipper costs in 2012.
Ron Widdows, senior advisor to Neptune Orient Lines, says container lines will have to reduce capacity to sustain freight rates and get away from the 'destructive behavior' that is feeding steep losse
Anthony Hatch, transportation analyst with ABH Consulting, discusses his forecast for intermodal in the upcoming peak season and also gives his final comments after attending RailTrends 2011 in New Yo
Benjamin Gibson, a freight derivatives broker for Clarkson Securities, in the U.K., talks about derivatives trading in the container shipping industry, why he thinks volatility in freight rates will l