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ONE reports $192 million loss in second quarter

   Ocean Network Express or ONE, the container carrier owned by Japan’s three largest shipping companies, has reported a net...

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C.H. Robinson’s net income jumps by more than 46 percent

   C.H. Robinson’s net income increased by more than 46 percent year-over-year in the third quarter of 2018 amid higher...

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ITC weighs testimony in aluminum AD/CVD case

   The International Trade Commission on Tuesday heard arguments both for and against antidumping and countervailing duties on common alloy...

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Helenic Shipping News

WTI Oil Falls From Five-Week High on Ample Stockpiles

West Texas Intermediate crude declined from a five-week high on speculation that U.S. inventories are

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Dollar Strengthens as Durable Goods Orders Gain in April

The dollar strengthened to a seven-week high after a report showed U.S. orders for durable goods

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Ship owners gearing up for more newbuilding orders ahead of international exhibition

With the latest Posidonia Exhibition just around the corner, as the event is bound to open its gates at the...

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Journal of Commerce

Hong Kong competition watchdog seeks deal on terminal costs

[caption caption="Shippers and forwarders have been complaining about Hong Kong’s high terminal and container handling charges for years, the head...

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Warehouse worker scarcity crimping US transloading capacity

[caption caption="Warehouse space was tight even before the pandemic, with a national 6 percent vacancy rate at US warehouses and...

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Parked planes keep squeeze on air cargo capacity

[caption caption="A third of Cathay Pacific's parked passenger fleet will be moved to the Australian outback for storage. Photo credit:...

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JOC Sailings

Imports Shore Up Container Volume on West Coast

Cargo volumes at West Coast ports surged in February, creating a feeling of optimism that 2013 could turn out to...

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Weekly Intra-North Europe Volume Tops 175,000 TEUs

Forty intra-Europe carriers carry more than 175,000 20-foot-equivalent units of containers a week on more than 160 services, according to...

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Hamburg Süd to Increase Asia Rates in April

Hamburg Süd has announced rate increases for three trade lanes that will take effect on or after April 1, on...

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Lloyd's Loading List

Duval takes the wheel at Agility

New head of road freight for logistics operator in Europe

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Schenker opens new facility in Australia

Shared logistics centre for electronics, consumer goods, healthcare and office supplies

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A different model

Tim Phillips, CEO of Freightex, talks to Isabel Lesto about filling empty trucks, a different way

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Logistics Management

March trucking tonnage data sees declines, reports American Trucking Associations

The ATA’s advanced Seasonally Adjusted (SA) For-Hire Truck Tonnage Index for March—at 106.8 (2015=100)—was off 5.1%, following a 2.3% February...

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National diesel average falls for the fourth consecutive week, reports EIA

With a 0.005-cent decline, the national average now stands at $3.124 per gallon, following a 1.5-cent decline, to $3.129, for...

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CN throws its hat into the ring to acquire KCS, with a $33.7 billion proposed offer

As the freight railroad sector ostensibly was awaiting the recently-proposed Canadian Pacific (CP) acquisition of Kansas City Southern (KCS) for...

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Longshore & Shipping News

Maritime sector nervous about chances for COVID-19 relief

U.S. ports and terminal operators hope a last-ditch effort on Capitol Hill will send emergency funding their way as lawmakers...

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Alaska Cruise Season Cancelled as Canadian Government Bans Cruise Ships for 2021

The Canadian Government on Thursday issued a new order which will prohibit cruise vessels in all Canadian waters until February 28,...

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ILWU fights Public funding for automated equipment

The International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) is campaigning to see a bill passed in Washington State that would prohibit...

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Marine Link

US Navy Orders 2 More EPF Ships from Austal

Austal USA said it was awarded a $326 million contract to built the 11th and 12th Expeditionary Fast Transport ships...

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US Oil Drillers Add Rigs for 11th Week in 12

U.S. drillers this week added oil rigs for an 11th week in the past 12, according to a closely followed...

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New Vessel Aims to Transform the Fishing Industry

Seattle-based company Blue North has christened F/V Blue North, a state-of-the-art vessel designed to transform the fishing industry by improving...

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Supply Chain Management Review Editorial

Suppliers Face Many Challenges when Working with Government

Many suppliers who wish to work within the public sector are finding that long, costly, and complex procurement cycle times,...

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Connecting with the Future of Supply Chains

If we want to avoid scenarios where a single ship can stopper a significant portion of global trade, and where...

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IHS Markit Finds Planning Faults with Supply Chain Managers in Latest Survey

According to the 2021 Supply Chain Insights Global Survey from IHS Markit, supply chain managers often lack the tools, data...

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Air Cargo News

CEVA continues to improve despite drop in airfreight volumes

CEVA Logistics saw its airfreight volumes decline during the second quarter as a result of the end of old customer...

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FedEx Express expands at SBD International Airport

eThe San Bernardino International Airport Authority and FedEx Express have agreed to begin regular scheduled air cargo flights into the...

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DHL and Ethiopian Airlines confirm African joint venture

DHL Global Forwarding and Ethiopian Airlines are to form a joint venture company to “build the leading cargo logistics provider...

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UBM Aviation

LONDON AIRPORTS TO FALL SHORT OF SEAT CAPACITY IN DECEMBER COMPARED TO KEY EUROPEAN COMPETITORS

Luton, 6 December 2012: Seat capacity across London’s airports during December 2012 is expected to decrease, compared with an increase...

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MIDDLE EAST LEADS GROWTH IN LONG-HAUL AIRLINE SEATS IN SEPTEMBER, SAYS OAG

MIDDLE EAST LEADS GROWTH IN LONG-HAUL AIRLINE SEATS IN SEPTEMBER, SAYS OAG Strong Asia Pacific Growth Confirms Region’s Rising Influence...

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OAG delivers ‘Analyser’ to African Airlines Association

London, August 31st, 2012: OAG, the global flight information provider, is strengthening the company’s commitment to African aviation by providing...

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Inbound Logistics

U.S. Infrastructure Investment: A Private Matter?

An interview with Donald Broughton about freight flow and the economy; report details how private investment could improve nation’s aging...

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Great Logistics Sites & Services Leading the Way

In logistics, two Ws are most important — where and when. Choosing the right sites and services is vital in...

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Florida: Gateway to America, Pathway to Global Trade

For logistics and manufacturing companies, the Sunshine State is the place to grow.

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Modern Materials Handling

Toyota Industries Corporation launches global autonomous vehicle software development company

Main focus of new company, T-Hive, will be to provide a control system encompassing all AVs within TICO, such as...

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Registration opens for AIM - RAIN Alliance virtual conference

Event focuses on automatic data collection industry trends and technologies such as barcode, biometrics, IoT, NFC, RFID, RTLS, and RAIN,...

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Making a pocket sorter work for you

Dive a little deeper and look at how warehousing companies can optimally apply a pocket system, such as AIRPICK ,...

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