The Chicago-based technology company more than doubled its headcount and tripled its office space after securing its first round of outside funding in September.
The United States exported higher amounts of beef and pork in terms of volumes and value in October compared to a year prior, but lamb exports were on the decline.
The group sent a letter to the President-elect, praising his recognition of the need for infrastructure investment and making suggestions on how to improve the economic competitiveness of the nation’s multimodal freight network.
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Thirty-five of the 97 containerships operated by the now insolvent South Korean ocean carrier have completed cargo unloading, Korea’s Yonhap News Agency reported Friday.
Japan's Kintetsu World Express’ wholly-owned subsidiary, APL Logistics, said its employees are retracting earlier statements they made last week regarding "K" Line's financial position.
Five leading shipowner groups have warned that unrealistic demands for carbon dioxide reductions could result in a shift toward less energy efficient transport modes.