UK ports prep for post-Brexit cargo shift

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More US projects get DOT's ‘marine highway’ designation

Nine barge and ferry projects designed to remove vehicles from congested US roadways have been designated as “marine highways” by...

Competitiveness key to LA-LB market share retention

Facing stiff headwinds such as declining United States exports to China, slowing...

California trucker complaint seeks to overturn AB5

The California Trucking Association (CTA) and two owner-operator drivers on Tuesday filed an amended complaint with a federal court,...

Service shake-up cuts ECSA-Asia capacity amid rate slide

[caption caption="“There was some talk that capacity might be added but with rates starting to slide, this idea soon dissipated and everyone has been quite disciplined; and now there is clearly a small, overall capacity cut with a bit more to follow over the next couple of months,” said one...

Bumpy year ahead for container shippers

Wouldn’t it be nice if international logistics were on a perpetual upward trajectory? Key...

Panama approves lower tolls for container ships

Panama’s Cabinet Council has approved modifications to the Panama Canal’s toll structure, including lower rates for container ships via the expansion of a “loyalty program,” as the waterway...

Shippers turn to cabotage after Brazil truck strike

Brazil’s cabotage and coastal trade, which has boomed in recent years, even when international trade stalled, received another shot in the arm in mid-2018 during the truckers’ strike and blockades, which crippled the South American country’s transport...

NY-NJ eyes barge routes for 2019 launch

The Port of New York and New Jersey has identified barge routes connecting to Portland, Maine, and Wilmington, Delaware, as the most...

Zim: Control of supply chain crux of premium services

SHENZHEN, China —Ocean carriers could learn from the air express cargo industry in offering time-definite delivery, but only if they have total oversight...