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A troublesome spot along I-95 once again topped the list of the nation’s worst chokepoints on the American Transportation Research Institute Top Truck Bottlenecks list, while the Atlanta metro area stood out as a gridlocked region by claiming six of the top 20 spots on the list.

A.P. Moller-Maersk A/S said “muted” economic growth is set to push the world’s container shipping volumes down by as much as 2.5% this year.

The Illinois Supreme Court has issued a decision that strengthens the state’s Biometric Information Privacy Act — one of the nation’s strictest laws regulating the collection and storage of biometrics.

The Intermodal Motor Carriers Conference of American Trucking Associations has won a favorable judgment in its case against the Ocean Carrier Equipment Management Association and others in a dispute involving chassis choice for carriers that operate at maritime and inland ports.

OMAHA, Neb. — Several thousand workers at CSX will soon get one of the things that pushed the U.S. railroad industry to the brink of a strike last fall: paid sick time.

State competitions that determine who advances to the National Truck Driving Championships and National Step Van Driving Championships will kick off the first weekend in March. See the 2023 state-by-state schedule. 

Celadon Group headquarters in Indianapolis

Former Celadon Executives Settle Civil Case with SEC

Two former top executives for now-defunct Celadon Group Inc. have agreed to an undisclosed court settlement with the Securities and Exchange Commission in connection with civil fraud allegations dating to 2019.

Ditlev Blicher, Asia Pacific region president of A.P. Moller-Maersk A/S

Supply Chains Must Change, Says Maersk’s Ditlev Blicher

Increasing volatility in global supply chains means shipping lines must undergo a radical restructuring to survive, according to A.P. Moller-Maersk A/S.

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Carriers Hoping to See Relief After Years of Insurance Premium Increases

Carriers have weathered years of insurance premium increases and may see slight relief in 2023, but insurance providers continue to face inflation, economic pressures and larger verdicts in both average loss and nuclear verdicts.

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