If trade strife continues between the United States and Mexico despite a deal struck on Friday, Argentine grain exporters are ready to step in to meet Mexican food demand.
This March, Resilience360 released its annual risk report that summarized a list of threats that deserve attention within the industry
Further price hikes expected next week on both US East and West coast services
The ever-growing size of ships continues to raise concerns in the insurance industry.
How will the changes affect refining and shipping?
The Global Ports Tracker forecasts higher import totals between June and September for the U.S. ports it covers, but the projections are lower than forecasts from last month.
Progress continues but, as problems with container ships have shown, innovation and technology is not a panacea if the root cause of incidents and losses is not addressed.
Dubai-based ports operator DP World hopes to run ports that Russia plans to build along an Arctic sea route intended to shorten shipping times between east and west.
Dispute’s reach includes deals
With 13.6 million tonnes of container freight handled, April of this year was the best month ever for the Port of Rotterdam.
The world’s largest airfreight forwarders had a bumpy landing in 2018 following on from a stellar 2017
The truckload spot market experienced another month of softness in May, confirming recent commentary that normal seasonality isn’t taking shape.
A 60-truck fleet in California has been granted a waiver to allow its drivers to increase the 100 air-mile radius in short-haul operations to 150 air miles.