India's tariff guide for privatized terminals revised

After a prolonged debate, India’s lawmakers have released revised draft tariff guidelines for private terminal operators unfairly disadvantaged by a flawed/complicated revenue-sharing model that the...

Longer US shutdown equates to more cargo pain points

While the partial US government shutdown isn’t disrupting the clearance of cargo, customs brokers are increasingly worried that smaller pinches, ranging from the proper coding of commodities to errors in paperwork,...

Pipavav boosts APM Terminals' India market share

More upbeat news for APM Terminals from India: the global terminal giant ended 2018 with a top-notch, market-leading performance at Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT) that officials, during a recent interview with JOC.com,...

Investor Oaktree makes project cargo pivot to Watco

Despite a long, ultimately failed relationship with Hansa Heavy Lift that ended in ship arrests...

Infographic: Is blockchain for shipping necessary?

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Protest traps Mexican imports at west coast ports

An industrial protest that closed the railroad lines connecting to Mexico’s two largest Pacific Coast ports — Manzanillo and Lazaro Cardenas — has trapped 8,200 containers at terminals, frustrating manufacturers awaiting critical components.No trains have arrived at...

Infographic: The layers of logistics technology

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Low-sulfur costs hamper trans-Pacific contracting

Major container lines are telling North American importers they won’t sign service contracts that don’t account for...

US shipments of wind power equipment soar

Under the influence of a “super cycle” driven by tax credits, approximately 38,000 megawatts of wind farm development were under...

US tax deadline boosts wind project logistics

Galvanized by falling costs, technological improvements, and a soon-disappearing federal tax credit, the 20-year-old US wind energy industry will be pushing hard over the next few years to manufacture and/or import, transport, and install towering turbines on wind farms nationwide....