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Business, Safety, Logistics

Airfreight in Brazil Seen as Way to Overcome Crime, Poor Infrastructure

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Azul SA, Brazil’s newest airline, thinks it can help solve one of the nation’s oldest problems.

Christiana Sciaudone and Fabiola Moura | Bloomberg News
June 18, 2018
Business, Logistics

The Jordan Co. Embarks on Logistics Buying Spree

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The summer has brought heat to mergers and acquisitions in the logistics sector, led by private equity firm The Jordan Co. moving aggressively to gather several firms under its umbrella.

Burney Simpson | Staff Reporter
June 18, 2018
Business, Technology, Logistics

Shippers Opt for Collaboration to Strengthen Supply Chains, TMSA Panelists Say

TMSA Shipper Panel Troy Turner (left), Scott Grady, Vivek Syania and Dick Metzler. (Deb Schroeder Photography)

FORT MYERS, Fla. — Shippers are looking for collaborative transportation partners willing to understand their specific business challenges and work toward solving their current and future needs, a panel of experts said at a sales and marketing conference June 12.

Joe Howard | Executive Editor
June 18, 2018
Government, Business, Equipment, Fuel, Logistics

Stormy Sailing Expected When Cargo Ship Fuel Standard Changes

Hapag-Lloyd AG

A surge in demand is coming for diesel and related fuels as shipping companies close in on a deadline to reduce sulfur emissions.

Alan Kovski | Bloomberg News
June 15, 2018
Government, Business, Logistics, TCA

In Prelude to Trade War, US Details Tariffs on $50 Billion of Chinese Goods

From left, China's President Xi Jinping and U.S. President Donald Trump shake hands on November 9, 2017, during a meeting outside the Great Hall of the People in Beijing. (Artyom Ivanov/Tass/Abaca Press/TNS)

WASHINGTON — The Trump administration, rekindling its simmering trade war with China, issued a list of $50 billion of Chinese imports June 15 that would be subject to hefty tariffs.

Don Lee and Jim Puzzanghera | Tribune Washington Bureau
June 15, 2018
Business, Logistics, TCA

Amazon Eyeing Another Big Shipping Hub South of Dallas

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Digital retail giant Amazon is growing its footprint again in North Texas.

Steve Brown | The Dallas Morning News
June 14, 2018
Government, Business, Logistics

UPS Says New Tax Law Creates ‘Whack-a-Mole’ Game

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U.S. multinationals face a “tricky situation” in trying to plot a tax strategy around the new base erosion and anti-abuse tax (BEAT) in the 2017 U.S. tax law, a UPS official said.

Isabel Gottlieb | Bloomberg News
June 14, 2018
Business, Logistics

Bayonne Bridge Rebuild 1 Year Ago Pays Dividends for Ports

Bayonne Bridge (NJTV News)

One year after completing the nearly $1.7 billion task of raising the Bayonne Bridge to a height of 215 feet, the Port of New York and New Jersey said the project is resulting in larger ships calling on its ports and is contributing to record-setting cargo volume and economic activity.

Dan Ronan | Associate News Editor
June 14, 2018
Business, Safety, Logistics, Top 100

Wyoming Supreme Court Reverses Lower Court Ruling on CRST Wrongful Death Lawsuit

CRST Expedited truck CRST International Inc. and CRST Expedited Inc. are both named in the case. (TT file photo)

CRST International Inc. must stand trial in connection with a wrongful death lawsuit after a state supreme court overturned a lower court’s ruling in favor of the trucking company, according to court documents.

Dan Ronan | Associate News Editor
June 14, 2018
Government, Logistics, TCA

Ports of Indiana Names New CEO

Ports of Indiana

Vanta E. Coda II has been named the Ports of Indiana’s next CEO to replace Rich Cooper following his retirement, effective July 1. Cooper is retiring after 16 years with the Ports of Indiana and will assist the organization with the leadership transition through the end of the year.

The Evening News and The Tribune (Jeffersonville, Ind.)
June 14, 2018

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