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When containers end up in the ocean.

March 04, 2021

In just two months more than 2,675 containers were lost through a total of 5 incidents. What can shippers do to protect themselves against these losses?

Cancellations, congestion, and COVID: what’s in store for container shipping in the next few weeks

February 12, 2021

When will the current supply chain madness settle down? Well, potentially not until after Easter, some experts say.

Rising COVID cases at port of LA/Long Beach could lead to terminal closures.

January 22, 2021

LA and Long Beach ports surpass national and state average of COVID-19 cases, could this lead to shutdowns at the ports?

Severe weather and its impact on trucking

January 20, 2021

What kinds of weather have the biggest impact on trucking? How should shippers plan?

New year, more trucks? How capacity and the semiconductor shortage will shape Q1.

January 14, 2021

The automobile industry is slowing down due to a shortage of semiconductor chips, but trucking isn't impacted....yet.

What to expect from Chinese New Year 2021

January 07, 2021

Where the 2020 CNY period of blank sailings was nearly doubled as a result of the Chinese COVID outbreak, 2021 appears to be shaping up to have virtually no significant changes. How will this effect your supply chain?

Freight industry gets a boost from omnibus

December 23, 2020

The $1.4 trillion omnibus bill includes funding for port expansion projects in Texas.

Cotton textile importers may face customs exams

December 18, 2020

CBP authorized the use of a WRO against cotton products made by the XPCC, one of China’s largest producers.

The COVID-19 vaccine is here, what does that mean for freight?

December 11, 2020

What challenges will the logistics industry face with the entrance of the COVID-19 vaccine?

What does round two of lockdowns mean for freight?

November 24, 2020

Even though ocean freight is booming currently, experts worry COVID-lockdowns could result in another sharp fall in demand.

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