Buoyed by surging demand, less-than-truckload (LTL) carriers are revving up for 2018, warning that tightening capacity means sharply higher rates in a new era of pricing.
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
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.
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.
John Wolfe, CEO of The Northwest Seaport Alliance (NWSA) sat down with Logistics Management editors.
Company officials said this new service center will augment its Northeast network and boost its morning delivery and pickup operations in metropolitan New York and Long Island.
When sizing up the state of the industrial real estate market, which has been moving in the right direction for an extended period and spurred on in large due to e-commerce activity, the sector’s future continues to look bright in 2018, according to research issued today by industrial real estate firm CBRE.
A Bloomberg indicated that Amazon has expanded the Seller Flex service, which Amazon has renamed to FBA Onsite. The report explained that along with changing the name of the offering, Amazon is recruiting more sellers and telling merchants they can keep goods in their own warehouses, as in the past merchants had to send goods…Details
The new partnership augurs great things for an already robust air cargo industry
Carloads fell 7.6% annually to 241,258, and intermodal containers and trailers saw a 1.8% annual gain to 266,981.