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A new report from the European Shippers Council outlines the potential positive and negative effects of large-scale ocean carrier cooperation and alliances.
The Federal Maritime Commission will likely meet with European and Chinese shipping regulators on a yearly basis, following recent talks in Brussels.
The ever-increasing size of containerships has led a decrease in average number of containers moved per hour in port and, in turn, to increased vessel delays, according to a new JOC Port Productivity study from IHS Inc.
Retailer Target used proactive planning to divert cargo to East Coast ports, create a dedicated chassis fleet, and use untapped drayage capacity to combat West Coast port congestion in late 2014 and early 2015.
Port disruptions caused by contentious dockworker contract negotiations likely reduced real export growth 1.5 percent in the first quarter, according to a recent study by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
A new whitepaper from CarrierDirect says 3PLs can become strategic partners of LTL carriers in tight capacity environment by reducing a major pain point for carriers.