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Staying Aware and Vigilant From Cargo Theft
Cargo theft has been a problem in the supply chain throughout the United States, but that problem is continuing to […]
Agricultural Shippers and Marine Terminals at NWSA Continue to Try and Find Solutions for Efficient Cargo Flow
For agricultural exporters who are dealing with declining backhaul vessel capacity and declining import volumes, the marine terminals at the […]
Trans-Pacific Shipping Contracts Coming to a Close
The trans-Pacific shipping industry’s annual contract season is coming to an end, and everyone is eager to see where contract […]
Frozen Food Industry Continues to be Strong, But Freezer Technology Needs to Improve
Last year alone, consumers spent $72.2 billion on frozen foods, however some of those purchases left consumers with certain frozen foods […]
The Top Five U.S. Ports in 2022
A couple weeks ago we wrote about the top five China ports in 2022, this week we shift our focus […]
What Happens When Containers Fall Overboard at Sea?
If you’ve worked in the logistics industry for any amount of time, chances are you’ve heard a few stories of […]
Supply Chain Snarls Continue to Ease, Other Challenges Linger
Relief surrounding freight and transportation costs, capacity, and other supply chain snarls have continued to ease. But like with many […]
Will the USWC Rebound During the Second Half of the Year?
Containerized imports increased from December but decreased from the prior year and levels prior to COVID in January 2023 at […]
Reefer Rebound in 2023?
Shippers in the cold chain industry are still wary as high wholesale food inventories and inflation could cause some depletion […]
What Lies Ahead? How Container Shipping is Riding the Waves of a New Era
The ocean container supply chain industry is rapidly changing. As time passes, old challenges become worries of the past as […]
What Will Post-2M Be Like for Maersk and MSC?
A recent shipping line shakeup has been one for the books. Last month, Maersk and MSC, the world’s two largest […]
A Shift of Production? How U.S. Retailers Are Taking a Look at Their Global Sourcing Model
The U.S. relies heavily on China for production needs, and in recent years, there’s been a growing concern over their […]
Rail Service Improvements and More Continue as Class I Railroads Provide Details During Their 4Q Earnings Calls
As the fourth quarter wrapped up along with the end of 2022, some of the Class I Railroads provided details, […]
What’s the Start of the Year Looking Like for Tanker and Dry Bulk and Gas Container Shipping?
The first quarter of the year is typically a quiet period for shipping. However, as demand for trade took a […]
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