Marine chassis suppliers in the US are observing a positive shift in shippers’ equipment returns, which is easing capacity strain […]
Retailers: Slimmer Inventories This Year After an Oversaturated Supply Last Year
With shortages during 2020 and 2021, and then an oversupply in 2022, many retailers now are starting to have slimmer […]
Redevelopments at the Howard Terminal in Oakland Likely, After Baseball Proposal Gets Squashed
New redevelopments are expected at the Howard Terminal after the potential baseball proposal gets squashed. Last month, the Oakland A’s […]
Why Supply Chain Visibility is Important
Supply chains all around the world have been disrupted over the last several years. As a result, supply chain visibility […]
Kansas City Southern and Canadian Pacific Merger is Official
The united business of Canadian Pacific (CP) and Kansas City Southern (KS) started operating as Canadian Pacific Kansas City (CPKC) […]
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 […]
Container Volume Drops Out on Both East and West Coast
Contract negotiations between the International Longshore and Warehouse Union and Pacific Maritime Association have remained incredibly slow, which is causing […]
The Top Ten Ports in China in 2022
The past year was a significant year for the industry, especially in China. The total container throughput for all Chinese […]
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 […]
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