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Universal Logistics Holdings’ earnings grew on a slight decline in revenue during the fourth quarter of 2022, the company reported Feb. 9.
Funding proposals for freight and commuter transportation programs will be unveiled as part of a larger budget plan on March 9, the White House announced recently.
XPO Inc. CEO Mario Harik on Feb. 8 discussed how his company reached over a billion dollars in revenue during the fourth quarter despite a business spinoff and softening freight market.
Forward Air Corp. reported record fourth-quarter and full-year revenue, operating income and net income per diluted share Feb. 8.
Werner Enterprises experienced an earnings decline despite revenue gains due to changing macroeconomic conditions in the fourth quarter, the company reported Feb. 7.
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.
Increasing volatility in global supply chains means shipping lines must undergo a radical restructuring to survive, according to A.P. Moller-Maersk A/S.
Volkswagen AG missed its cash-flow target for the year after supply chain and logistics disruptions in recent months left the carmaker with unsold vehicles.
Forward Air Corp. will expand its expedited less-than-truckload service offering in the Chicago area with a new terminal in Bolingbrook, Ill., the company announced Feb. 6.
NEW YORK — Amazon on Feb. 2 reported worse-than-expected profits, but its revenue beat expectations, boosted by sales in North America businesses and the cloud-computing unit AWS.