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10.09.2019

India eyes coastal links for regional trade push

India saw a 31 percent rise in inland waterway freight handling last fiscal year, but has a long way to go to double the share of […]
10.09.2019

First signs of Asia-Europe low-sulfur surcharges emerge

Shippers believe prices will change rapidly amid more widespread demand for low-sulfur fuel later in the fourth quarter and are counting on greater clarity in time […]
10.09.2019

Kontainers adds CEVA to online platform

Kontainers wants the the quoting and booking services forwarders offer to feel more like how a consumer would buy online. Photo credit: Shutterstock.com. Logistics software provider […]
10.09.2019

NY-NJ promotes block stowage to increase port rail flow

As part of the Port of New York and New Jersey’s effort to increase rail cargo efficiency, terminals are encouraging ocean carriers to place containers headed […]
09.09.2019

Tech providers seen missing shipper needs

Shippers are inundated with calls from tech companies that don’t necessarily understand their businesses or problems, Havertys LAS VEGAS — Logistics technology companies wanting to sell […]
09.09.2019

Amazon acquires branded intermodal containers

The Journal of Commerce has learned Amazon has acquired 53-foot containers, signaling an intention to tender intermodal volume directly to Class I railroads without an intermediary […]
09.09.2019

India’s Concor extends coastal reach to Bangladesh

Krishnapatnam is a deep-water, all-weather multipurpose cargo hub, with sophisticated container handling infrastructure. Photo credit: Krishnapatnam Port. Container Corporation of India (Concor) has deepened its newfound […]
09.09.2019

Performance crimps Mexico intermodal growth

Mexico’s intermodal market needs to find a formula for capitalizing on growth opportunities. Photo credit: Shutterstock.com. One of the potential growth areas for North American intermodal […]
09.09.2019

Uber Freight moving headquarters to Chicago

The San Francisco-based company, which launched its freight division in 2016, will expand its existing operations in Chicago, including housing its first engineering department outside of […]
07.09.2019

East Coast ports reopen as Dorian pushes offshore

The South Carolina Ports Authority said it expected to return to close to business as usual Saturday after limited damage from Hurricane Dorian. Photo credit: Shutterstock.com […]