In a world awash in cyber threats, partners and suppliers can be the vulnerable points that cyber criminals exploit to gain access to systems. Those challenges will get worse before they get better as supply networks become ever more complex. As a matter of urgency, business leaders must proactively balance cyber risks against opportunity, growth…Details
As more and more shippers finally turn to technology to help them tackle their most pressing global trade issues, the software sector that supports it is looking ahead and figuring out what lies around the next corner.
One year after he first promised to make America’s highways great again, President Donald Trump again is touting what at first glance appears to be a bold $1.5 trillion infrastructure program. And once again, he makes no concrete way of paying for it. In his State of the Union address last night, Trump asked Congress…Details
Former DOT Secretary James Burnley shared his perspective on President Trump’s comments during last night’s State of the Union speech regarding United States infrastructure planning.
Hedging your bets on securing capacity may be an ongoing gambit this year, say ocean shipping industry experts. The big players have only gotten bigger, but that’s no guarantee that service and reliability will improve.
After two years of sluggish sales, ADC suppliers saw their sales increase as a growing number of companies turn to ADC to accommodate the demands of e-commerce and omni-channel.
John Wolfe, CEO of The Northwest Seaport Alliance (NWSA) sat down with Logistics Management editors.
As shippers, intermediaries and ship owners look ahead a few years to forecast trends in several areas of change, there’s one area that would be smart for everyone to put some effort into—billing accuracy.
This marks the third consecutive week that the diesel average has topped the $3 per gallon mark, with the average for the weeks of January 22 and January 15 at $3.025 and $3.028, respectively.
Global GDP has been revised upward to 3.7% in 2018, and this news of expanding economies will surely open new opportunities for U.S.-based organizations in areas of the world where many have never done business, yet alone established carriers and service networks.Details