Union Pacific says its decision to temporarily suspend westbound container flow at its near-dock ICTF yard in Los Angeles–Long Beach is needed to re-establish eastbound–westbound container balance at the facility.
Archive for October, 2021
The Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach will levy costly fees on containers with excessive dwell times in a bid to clear the mounting backlog of vessels at anchor off Southern California
The trucking industry is now short at least 80,000 drivers, according to ATA Chief Economist Bob Costello, who on Oct. 20 raised the estimate of drivers needed from 61,500 in his annual findings
From improving the quality of life on the road to recognizing truck-driving as a lifestyle, supply chain leaders share the first thing they would do to address the truck driver shortage.
What can a great logistics operation do for a company in this economy? Lots more than move boxes around, as it turns out. Take the logistics team at Dollar Tree as an example.
Which services are shippers buying, and what does that say about the current supply chain landscape? Here are five trends based on shipper responses to our exclusive survey from 2016 to 2021.