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Freight Right to offer new consolidation services from China to the US.

August 13, 2021

Freight Right is now offering direct consolidated ocean shipments to the Port of Long Beach and Los Angeles.

Congestion all around, from COVID in China to gridlocks in L.A.

August 12, 2021

The shutting down of a terminal at China's port of Ningbo could be the smoke of a large supply chain fire.

Freight Right Industry Outlook August 2021

August 09, 2021

Your guide to what to expect in the ocean and air freight markets for the month of August.

Freight Right ranked #19 best place to work by LABJ

August 05, 2021

The Los Angeles Business Journal has ranked Freight Right as the #19 Best Place to Work.

Typhoon In-Fa looks like the next challenge for the supply chain

July 28, 2021

A typhoon in eastern China has put the largest and third-largest seaports in the world, along with several airports, out of commission for several days.

Biden to call for government intervention for railroads and ocean shipping.

July 09, 2021

US shippers have been clamoring for regulatory action for months and the Biden administration has agreed, but what can they do?

Freight Right Industry Outlook July 2021

July 02, 2021

Your guide to what to expect in the ocean and air freight markets for the month of July.

Prime Day, peak season, and the never ending container crunch

June 25, 2021

Since it seems like things aren’t going to calm down anytime soon, what will the rest of 2021 look like for the freight industry? Let’s break it down.

Yantian congestion could have worse effects than the Suez Canal incident

June 10, 2021

The deteriorating situation at Yantian International Container Terminal is causing skyrocketing rates, weeks of delays, and another dose of mayhem for the supply chain.

Congestion at Yantian port may mean even higher rates on transpacific

June 04, 2021

Rising COVID cases partially closes down one of the world's busiest ports, what does that mean for freight?

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