Indian carriers question cabotage reform gains

Cabotage liberalization has not been a boon to India’s containerized supply chains, the Indian National Shipowners Association says. Photo credit: PSA India. Indian ship owners, reeling […]

US shippers seek balance on truck capacity seesaw

Truck capacity is overflowing, but not all shippers are chasing the cheapest rates. Photo credit: The “mother of all truck capacity shortages” came to an […]

ILWU, APM agree to automated LA terminal training

With a deal reached on training, APM Terminals’ request for a construction permit needed to install electrical recharging equipment at Pier 400 in Los Angeles can […]

Port growth pushes Jersey space availability to 13-year low

A new study shows a growing percentage of the Port of New York and New Jersey drayage fleet is making its first stop close to the […]

Canadian ports drive PNW market share growth

Laden import and export containers moving through the Northwest Seaport Alliance of Seattle-Tacoma in 2018 increased 4 percent from 2017, according to PIERS, a sister […]

Ove Meyer resigns as Zeaborn’s managing director

Ove Meyer will remain a managing partner of Bremen-based parent company Zeaborn Holding following his resignation as managing director of multipurpose/heavylift (MPV/HL) carrier group Zeaborn. Ove […]

Panalpina fends off rivals stirred by DSV takeover

Panalpina’s takeover by DSV, which valued the Swiss-based forwarder at $4.6 billion, should be completed by the fourth quarter. Photo credit: Shutterstock   Rival forwarders have […]

Australian shippers feel pinch as DP World-labor woes escalate

More than 600 workers started a two-day strike at DP World’s Sydney terminal on Thursday. Photo credit: Australian shippers already hit with detention fees and […]

E2open builds container shipping beachhead

Known primarily as a planning platform for manufacturers, E2open’s acquisitions in recent months give its users freight transportation execution capability, part of the company’s designs on […]

US truckload pricing battle heats up

Second quarter truckload revenue is expected to come in low as excess capacity and lower demand outweigh rate hikes. Photo credit: US shippers pressing their […]