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16.07.2019

Europe looks to subsidies for road to rail freight shift

Shippers are acutely aware of the need to shift their Europe freight from truck to rail, but it is not a mode that works for everyone. […]
16.07.2019

Temporary MSC suspension shakes confidence in C-TPAT

The suspension of MSC from C-TPAT further undermines confidence in program that some shippers and transport providers have grumbled for years provides little measurable benefit in […]
16.07.2019

US intermodal has hit rock bottom: J.B. Hunt

J.B. Hunt anticipated losing nearly 10 percent of its volume due to CSX lane closures, but expected to find new shipments in 2Q. The company says […]
16.07.2019

Europe shippers standing firm on low-sulfur fuel charges

There is little clarity over the price of low-sulfur fuel heading into 2020 and no demand at present upon which to base estimates. Photo credit: Shutterstock.com. […]
16.07.2019

Integration of 3PL, software systems comes to forefront

Shippers might soon come to expect tools such as in-transit visibility and access to instant freight quotes will be provided within a 3PL System integrations between […]
16.07.2019

Port of NY-NJ looks to develop wind energy terminal

New Jersey’s approval of an 1,100-megawatt offshore wind project could be the start of a wave of offshore wind projects that the Port of New York […]
15.07.2019

Bill would guarantee C-TPAT benefits, suspension relief

A bill introduced in Congress addresses two key complaints among cargo owners and transportation providers regarding the Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism program: murky benefits for onerous […]
15.07.2019

Infographic: US-bound truckload growth test border crossings

William B. Cassidy, Senior Editor | Jul 15, 2019 2:53PM EDT US trade disputes with Mexico haven’t slowed the pace of trade across the US-Mexico border. […]
15.07.2019

New Santos chief seeks port shake-up

Codesp CEO Casemiro Tércio Carvalho wants to raise revenues and slash costs at the Brazilan port of Santos; his plan includes massive job cuts at the […]
13.07.2019

LA-LB rail service suffers ahead of peak season

Terminal operators in Los Angeles-Long Beach say they’ve experienced sporadic issues with intermodal rail service recently, which has raised concerns ahead of peak season. Photo credit: […]