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Several major logistics and transportation company stocks fell Monday in response to fears of potential trade fallout from a prolonged downturn in the Chinese economy.
The Federal Aviation Administration has proposed civil penalties ranging from $54,000 to $63,000 against four companies for allegedly violating the country’s hazardous materials transport regulations.
Shares in two Chinese liner shipping companies suspended; a merger could create fourth largest container carrier.
Federal Maritime Commission Chairman Mario Cordero applauded efforts to fight gate congestion at the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, but wants terminals to amend their agreement with the FMC.
The ERP provider's $675 million acquisition of GT Nexus brought little overlap, common architecture, and access to deep networks of suppliers, an Infor executive tells American Shipper.
U.S. government data shows the value of imports and exports in the North American free trade zone fell, with vessels and pipelines bearing the brunt of the downturn.