Logistics Providers Work to Set Freight Scheduling Standards
Major logistics companies and technology providers have joined forces to alleviate a pain point hampering the industry — the making, keeping and adjusting of freight appointments.
Supply Chain Bills Reach House Floor
A panel in the House of Representatives recently approved proposals to boost the freight workforce and increase efficiency along commercial corridors.
Boeing CEO Warns of Prolonged Supply Chain Constraints
Boeing Co. cautioned that the aerospace industry could suffer from supply disruptions for more than half a decade, delaying deliveries to airlines and hampering the rebound from COVID-19.
Impact of a Potential UPS Strike Looms Large
Like many UPS customers, Jessica Ray relies on deliveries of dog food and just about everything else for her home. Contentious labor negotiations at UPS could disrupt that comfort zone.
Average Age of Passenger Vehicles Hits Record High
Americans are keeping their cars longer than ever: The average age of a passenger vehicle on the road hit a record 12.5 years this year, according to data gathered by S&P Global Mobility.
House Panel Evaluates Supply Chain Concerns
WASHINGTON — House transportation policymakers expressed bipartisan support for pursuing initiatives meant to improve safety and workforce accommodations across the freight sector.
How 3PLs Are Building More Collaborative Supply Chains
Third-party logistics providers have been adjusting to normalizing market conditions as supply chain disruptions, inventory shortages and surging demand have receded.
Rebalanced Supply Chain Still Leaves Empty-Mile Problem
The underlying issues causing empty miles and unfilled trucks persist even as a balancing supply chain has softened them, experts warned.
How a Georgia Plant Helps Solve a Huge EV Supply Chain Kink
COVINGTON, Ga. — Ascend Elements takes spent lithium-ion batteries and scrap from EV battery makers and grinds them to dust, salvaging minerals for reuse in new EV power sources.
DOT Focuses on Strategic Investments in Supply Chain
WASHINGTON — Department of Transportation leaders want to make strategic federal investments in infrastructure projects to increase supply chain resiliency and enhance the economy.