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28.02.2022

Dutch Customs block Russian boxes, ONE cuts bookings

Maersk is considering suspending calls to Russian ports such as St. Petersburg as sanctions intensify following the invasion of Ukraine. Photo credit: Shutterstock.com. Netherlands customs has […]
28.02.2022

CNC, SITC launch intra-Asia services on back of elevated freight rates

CNC’s weekly Hong Kong Danang service (HDS) began Monday. Photo credit: Shutterstock.com. CNC, the Singapore-headquartered affiliate of CMA CGM, and Hong Kong-listed SITC have become the […]
28.02.2022

Southeast US ports ink deal for revamped chassis pool

The new iteration of the South Atlantic Chassis Pool is meant to provide new and refurbished chassis that are more reliable than the current fleet of […]
28.02.2022

Restructured Roadrunner increases LTL freight velocity

Roadrunner says it is adding capacity to help LTL shippers avoid delays and disruption in 2022. Photo credit: Roadrunner. As less-than-truckload (LTL) carriers are called on […]
26.02.2022

Trans-Pacific carriers unable to escape poor schedule performance

Bill Mongelluzzo, Senior Editor | Feb 25, 2022 6:03PM EST Since 2021 was such an awful year for vessel on-time performance, Sea-Intelligence Maritime Analysis says monthly […]
26.02.2022

DOJ to lend FMC antitrust expertise amid enhanced collaboration

The White House is asking federal agencies to find ways to fight increasing market power held by a few companies. Photo credit: Shutterstock.com. The strengthening of […]
25.02.2022

UP to levy surcharges on West Coast next month

Union Pacific last year implemented surcharges in Q1 for the first time ever and will do so again this year. Photo credit: Paul Briden/Shutterstock.com. Union Pacific […]
25.02.2022

Los Angeles pilot expanding ‘peel-off’ program to smaller importers

Aggregating containers from multiple importers and forwarders into peel piles offer small and mid-size shippers the same efficiencies now enjoyed by larger importers. Photo credit: Port […]
25.02.2022

Changing ship calls along US Southeast roil exporters

Exporters face a challenge in pivoting inland supply chains as carriers switch port calls along the US Southeast. Photo credit: Shutterstock.com. Growing port congestion along the […]
25.02.2022

Long Beach’s Pier B rail yard a ‘new Maginot Line’: analyst

POLB planners believe the Pier B project will increase the mix of on-dock volume to 33 percent from less than 20 percent today. Photo credit: Port […]