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27.09.2019

Multi-story warehouse opening near NY-NJ’s Red Hook terminal

A multi-story warehouse under construction near Red Hook Terminal in the Port of New York and New Jersey is a sign of how fierce demand for […]
26.09.2019

Shippers lean on tech, but maintain human element

As shippers embrace technology, they are attempting to balance what tasks a computer can do in the supply chain and what is best left for humans. […]
26.09.2019

Nippon Express jumps into India logistics growth race

Nippon Express paid a reported $91 million for a 22% stake in Indian logistics company Future Supply Chain Solutions. Photo credit: Shutterstock.com. As India works to […]
26.09.2019

CMA CGM ratings cut highlights huge industry debt levels

Moody’s says CMA CGM’s liquidity profile has weakened materially in the last 12 months as a consequence of the acquisition of CEVA Logistics. Photo credit: Shutterstock […]
26.09.2019

Amazon to offer customs brokerage for US import sellers

Amazon intends to offer digital customs broker INLT’s software-as-a-service platform to US import sellers. Mike Mareen / Shutterstock.com. Amazon is continuing to expand and enhance its […]
26.09.2019

Competitiveness is key to LA-LB market share retention

Admitting that LA-LB ports charge a premium for their services, port directors are concentrating on improved cargo velocity through information sharing and infrastructure enhancements to stop […]
26.09.2019

Houston looks to accelerate channel-widening project

The Port of Houston is working to speed up its channel widening project so that mega-vessels can enter the port more easily in the future. Photo […]
25.09.2019

Charleston, Savannah see strong volume growth despite trade tensions

The Hugo Leatherman Terminal is on pace to open in March 2021 as crews continue land-side work on the single berth. Photo credit: S.C. Ports Authority/Walter […]
25.09.2019

JOC Top 25 Asia-US import NVO rankings 2019

NVOs accounted for 43.7 percent (4.6 million TEU) of the approximately 10.7 million total TEU in US imports from Asia in the first half of 2019. […]
25.09.2019

Lightering to begin on ship capsized off Georgia

The 650-foot-long South Korean-flagged Golden Ray was carrying 4,200 vehicles when it capsized Sept. 8 in St. Simons Sound off Brunswick, Georgia. Photo credit: Petty Officer […]