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02.04.2019

Jaxport optimistic on growth despite service loss

Although Jacksonville will lose a weekly Asian service to Tampa in May, the port remains confident it will get new trans-Pacific services as SSA Marine expands […]
02.04.2019

Brexit prep adds to cargo costs

Leaving the EU without an agreement on whether the UK will remain in the European customs union would result in customs checks for all foreign goods […]
02.04.2019

US truck shippers grapple with legal weed, driver regulations

Truck capacity is still top of mind for shippers, but issues from the impact of legalized marijuana to new federal regulations and how to automate operations […]
02.04.2019

NY hackathon spotlights new logistics tech talent

The NYC Maritime Hackathon, held by the New York Maritime Innovation Center (NYMIC) and the startup consultancy R1 Labs, saw nine teams present solutions they had […]
02.04.2019

Carriers gaining confidence in low-sulfur fuel negotiations

Container carriers will incur additional costs of as much as $265 per FEU from Asia to the US West Coast and $700 per FEU to the […]
02.04.2019

Asia-US schedule reliability falls to new low

Container carrier schedule reliability dropped to 38.6 percent in the trans-Pacific during the first two months of 2019, the lowest since 2015, according to SeaIntelligence Consulting. […]
01.04.2019

Biggest US truckers grab larger market share

The 50 largest US trucking operators now claim 38 percent of the for-hire trucking market, up from 27 percent in 2009, indicating long-term sustained growth in […]
01.04.2019

Ocean carriers offer demurrage dispute reforms

OCEMA has released a list of four best practices to resolve disputes over detention and demurrage of ocean containers as FMC Innovation Teams meet this month. […]
01.04.2019

Standardization, security key to India port portal

Container trade to and from India is expected to grow 9 percent in the current fiscal year, which ends March 31. Photo credit: Krishnapatnam port. It’s […]
01.04.2019

DSV: Takeover deal puts Panalpina on profit track

The tie-up with Panalpina will add 49 percent to DSV’s revenue and 14 percent to its EBIT, while making DSV Panalpina the world’s fourth-largest freight forwarder […]