Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. is tapping the U.S. investment-grade bond market to help fund its acquisition of Kansas City Southern.
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California will increase weight limits for trucks carrying goods in and out of its ports in an effort to ease supply chain bottlenecks and clear containers off the docks of Los Angeles and Long Beach.
Although US imports from Asia were down 2.4 percent in October year over year, it was the third-busiest month ever for containerized imports from Asia.
Third-party logistics providers (3PLs) are diversifying, acquiring and mixing services, as supply chain disruption pushes more shippers toward aggregators of capacity and capabilities.
Larry Gross, president and founder, Gross Transportation Consulting, and JOC analyst | Nov 16, 2021 10:40AM EST The current supply chain crisis will come to an end at some point, and that end could be sooner and sharper than we think, writes JOC analyst Larry Gross.
Cass’ freight expenditures index sees acceleration in growth rate, up 37% year-over-year
Cargo congestion at the Port of Savannah is so severe that officials plan to use a small airport in Georgia as a temporary overflow yard, one of several locations being rushed into emergency service to relieve port infrastructure buckling under the strain of record volumes. The Georgia Ports Authority on Friday said it is setting […]
As seasons change and temperatures drop, the unpredictability of winter is the only certainty facing truck drivers whose routes can run headfirst into a blizzard. As preparedness is the best defense against the rough elements, winterizing vehicles is an essential part of maintenance and safety.
2021 hurricane season outlook The Atlantic waters are heating up, and peak hurricane season is almost upon us. Carriers and shippers should be on alert this hurricane season, as tropical storm activity is expected to be above average. Between 1991 and 2020, the average number of named storms (tropical storms and hurricanes) per year was […]
Port Houston is reopening its two largest public container terminals to commercial trucks after closing them Tuesday due to a computer hardware failure. “Bayport and Barbours Cut Container Terminals are planning to open [Thursday] at 3 p.m. to truck traffic. Check back for another update soon about final gate operation decisions,” port officials tweeted Thursday. […]