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.
Changes are being made in a nearly 2-year-old federal government requirement regarding performance levels at four Class I freight railroads.February 6, 2024
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Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport is using devices known as Auto-DollyTugs, electric autonomous vehicles complete with “robotic arms,” to handle baggage and cargo.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — A federal judge could soon rule on an industry challenge of a state railroad safety law passed in the wake of the East Palestine, Ohio, derailment in 2023.
Freight trains, unlike passenger trains, have resumed running across the tracks beneath a San Clemente, Calif., landslide that continues to threaten San Diego County’s only rail link with the rest of the United States.
Amazon on Feb. 1 reported better-than-expected revenue and profits for the fourth quarter, driven by strong consumer spending during the holiday shopping season.
Less-than truckload carrier Roadrunner on Jan. 31 announced a significant expansion of its network with plans to add new lanes.
The trucking industry has become embroiled in a technological arms race as the threat of cargo thefts rapidly rises and evolves.February 1, 2024