PortMiami tunnel open for business

PortMiami tunnel open for business

PortMiami tunnel open for business

 
The tunnel is expected to shave 25 minutes from a port shuttle truck's round trip to the port, making it possible for drivers to add at least one more revenue-bearing trip to their 11-hour driving day.

Not that long ago, it seemed inconceivable that the good times in [U.S.] trucking would end, but here we are back down to Earth. Growth in manufacturing – the most significant driver of trucking activity – has subsided, and residential construction remains stagnant. However, there are some near-term positives, such as lower diesel prices. Also, carriers are responding to flagging demand by ending their hiring spree.

Seven container liner shipping companies deploy capacity on the India Subcontinent to North America (US/CA) trade, with Maersk Line deploying the most capacity each week towards the trade, according to BlueWater Reporting’s Carrier/Trade Route Deployment Report.

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