Do you sometimes feel like cushioning your facilities and workers with bubble wrap to keep them safe? Here are five ways to pop that problem.
With driver shortage and capacity issues affecting trucking, once wary shippers are taking a different view of rail intermodal.
The United States and its northern neighbor remain trading partners with staying power.
Ensuring summer foods make it to consumers fresh and intact ain’t no picnic.
Learn about the 35th Annual Quest for Quality Award winners for Air Carriers and Air Freight Forwarders.
Our editorial staff will be in attendance to present the 2018 Quest for Quality Awards to the 138 winners. Following cocktails, dinner and the awards presentation, attendees will be treated to some laughs with a live comedic performance.
The old days of buying a lift truck as a commodity unrelated to other materials handling equipment purchases are going away. Rapidly. It’s all because of fundamental shifts in how distribution centers operate—and new technology, of course.
Late last week, Addison, Texas-based Daseke Inc., a provider of flatbed, specialized transportation and logistics services said it acquired Memphis-based Builders Transportation Co., a steel, aluminum, and metal products carrier.
The report’s National Shipment Index, at 138.7 (2011=110.1), hit a new record-high and was up 1.2% compared to the first quarter and up 7.8% annually.
As has been the case for a while now, Class 8 truck orders are still very much in demand.