TPM22: Oakland, NWSA back Long Beach data project

The Port of Long Beach’s Supply Chain Information Highway was announced in late December, with a goal of harmonizing supply chain data for importers and exporters […]

TPM speakers warn of bumpy 2022 ahead

Supply chain challenges could very likely linger into 2023, according to speakers at TPM22 and TPM Tech. Photo credit: With some 200 speakers at the […]

TPM22: Marine chassis shortage to last into 2023

North American imports have topped 2 million TEU for 19 consecutive months, a level of volume never seen that is stressing chassis pools. Photo credit: Burt […]

New CP service for Canadian Tire unlocks inland port serving Vancouver

Canadian Tire, the largest importer of containerized goods in Canada, took a stake in Ashcroft Terminal (pictured) in August. Photo credit: PSA International. The arrival of […]

E2open tackles parcel growth with Logistyx acquisition

Logistyx had 2021 revenue of approximately $40 million; its customers include Cummins, Dillard’s, Xerox, and Men’s Wearhouse. Photo credit: E2open on Thursday acquired parcel and […]

P&O Maritime enters container trade with modified project cargo vessels for Unifeeder

P&O Maritime Logistics is looking to modify up to five ships to carry containers on short-sea trades in markets such as Southeast Asia and the Americas […]

Russian boxes stuck at Europe’s choked freight hubs

With no direct Asia-Europe container shipping services going into Russian ports such as St. Petersburg (above), the boxes currently on the water must be transshipped in […]

Specter of US West Coast labor unrest looms over TPM22

Loaded import containers at Los Angeles-Long Beach were down 21.4 percent in December versus December 2020. Photo credit: Concern was palpable this week at the […]

TPM22: DCLI adding 40,000 domestic chassis to fleet

DCLI serves several BNSF Railway and CSX Transportation customers, and supplies chassis to Swift Intermodal on Union Pacific Railroad. Photo credit: Jorge Vega/Flickr. US chassis provider […]

Loss of AN-225 in Russian attack a blow to Ukraine’s Antonov Airlines

The AN-225 landing at Gostomel Airport, its home airport, near Kyiv, in June 2020. Photo credit: Major damage suffered by the Antonov AN-225 — a […]