For the commercial transportation business, moving things from point A to point B is job one. This coverage explores all of those movements at a global level and focuses on everything from global trade, ocean shipping, and port activity to intermodal business, rail operations and the greater supply chain.
An ongoing refinery shutdown has prompted Colorado’s governor to extend a fuel supply chain emergency order enabling commercial vehicles to carry heavier fuel loads on state highways for another month.February 1, 2023
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Increasing freight capacity and attracting more infrastructure investments are likely outcomes of a recent federal designation expanding the inland Corn Belt Ports to span five Midwestern states.February 1, 2023
FedEx Corp. is rolling out a new system for evaluating its delivery contractors that rank them like Olympic medal winners.
Even with a stronger-than-expected 2.9% fourth quarter increase in gross domestic product, two prominent freight transportation economists say the threat of a recession will persist this year.January 31, 2023
UPS Inc. announced it beat expectations for fourth-quarter adjusted profit, as it prioritized shipments of high-margin packages.January 31, 2023
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — As California regulators explore new rules to put self-driving semitrucks on the road, labor unions are rushing to the state Legislature to ask for a new law they say will protect their jobs.
President Joe Biden kicked off a project to replace a 150-year-old Baltimore rail tunnel that’s slowing train traffic along the Northeast Corridor.
Harbor Trucking Association and California Trucking Association are urging the leadership of the two major Southern California ports to create a pilot program for a single, interoperable, complexwide appointment system for drayage and other trucks.January 30, 2023
Four Missouri educational institutions will receive $5.9 million in truck driver training funds — part of $30 million given to 19 organizations through workforce training grants awarded by the state department of economic development.January 30, 2023