IAG Cargo posted revenues of 1.02 billion euros for 2016, a 6.6 percent drop from 2015.
The Georgia Ports Authority handled 3 million tons of cargo in January, with bulk cargo at the Port of Brunswick more than doubling January 2016 figures.
The Agriculture Transportation Coalition, National Industrial Transportation League and National Retail Federation expressed concerns over a threatened work stoppage at East and Gulf Coast ports by members of the International Longshoremen's Association.
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Tom Cook, managing director of Blue Tiger International, discussed the negative effects of risk exposure in the global supply chain and how to manage those risks.
Despite surpassing analyst projections, C.H. Robinson’s earnings per share for the quarter were still lower than in Q4 2015, but revenues increased 6.4 percent year-over-year due to volumes growth across all services.
While air cargo is still in a fragile state, no matter what happens to the health of the industry, new regulations and challenges will abound in 2017, said Jon Ross, a former American Shipper editor who is an expert on the air cargo industry.