"The Port of Los Angeles ranks as the nation’s No. 1 container port,” Gene Seroka emphasizes. In the annual State of the Port address, the executive director detailed his vision for the port regarding economic growth and environmental actions.January 18, 2024
The U.S. launched a new strike against the Yemen-based Houthis on Jan. 16, hitting anti-ship missiles in the third assault on the Iranian-backed group in recent days, the U.S. military said.
Amazon's extensive 3PL operation landed it atop this year's TT Top 50 Global Freight Companies list.November 3, 2023
MINNEAPOLIS — A strike has shut down all shipping on the St. Lawrence Seaway, interrupting exports of grain and other goods from Canada and the U.S. via the Great Lakes to the rest of the world.
LONG BEACH, Calif — Port of Long Beach Chief Operating Officer Noel Hacegaba said the port is down nearly 27% year-to-date compared with 2022, but he believes business is turning around.
LONG BEACH, Calif. — Shippers and transportation companies hope that the fall peak season pushes the industry out of the freight recession, an IANA Intermodal Expo panelist said Sept. 12.
The operator of the Panama Canal said there’s no immediate prospect of relief from the drought that’s reduced water levels and snarled shipping and global supply chains.
Amazon has restarted a shipping service it paused in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic and that competes with carriers such as FedEx and UPS.August 18, 2023
Amazon.com Inc. is imposing a new fee on merchants who don’t use the company’s logistics services, a change many of these sellers consider coercive and surprising.
Water levels on the Mississippi and Ohio rivers are falling for a second straight year, raising the prospect of shipping problems along the all-important U.S. freight routes.