Shippers urged the U.S. railroad regulator to create more competition in the industry during hearings in which Union Pacific Corp. was called to explain a spike in service restrictions.
In 2022, we’re approaching the dawn of a new era for entrepreneurial carriers. The industry should be ready to adapt with small carriers in mind by providing systems and technologies that allow them to succeed.
The retail sector is urging West Coast port workers and leaders to begin negotiations early on a new labor contract, a move that could prevent potential future delays at facilities that already are dealing with backlogs.
The freight market could be shifting toward carriers after favoring shippers the past two years.
Digital freight marketplace Emerge closed out an early stage of financing with $20 million in investments, it was announced Feb. 4.
Lanehub, a provider of freight lane matching services, said it will soon begin providing financial incentives to shippers that help their contract carriers find backhaul opportunities with other shippers in its collaborative freight network.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Communication and respect can ease relationships between truck drivers and shippers, according to panelists gathered at the 2019 Retention and Recruitment Conference on Feb. 21.
The Firmament Group, a provider of debt and equity capital solutions to small- and medium-size enterprises, announced that it would back NextGen Growth Partners’ acquisition of Condata Global Inc. with debt financing.October 18, 2018
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.
Shippers are demanding more precise information about the location and status of their shipments, and transportation and logistics providers said they are using multiple load-tracking platforms to collect and share that information.