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The UPS Worldwide Express Freight service, designed for urgent, time-sensitive and high-value international heavyweight shipments, added eight new origin countries and five new destination countries to its network.
The third-party logistics company announced its plan for a 100,000-square-meter logistics hub in Tuas, Singapore.
The Federal Maritime Commission found the Northwest Seaport Alliance is not likely to reduce competition or result in an unreasonable increase in cost or reduction in service.
Meanwhile, drayage drivers at Pacific 9 Transportation continue their strike in an attempt to be reclassified as employee drivers.
The future of the Export-Import Bank is still in doubt because it depends on passage of a long-term transportation bill that is expected to pass the Senate, but which faces strong opposition in the House.
Roadrunner's CEO Mark DiBlasi said the purchase of Stagecoach Cartage will expand its trucking network in the Southwest U.S. and along the Mexican border.