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Port of L.A. to start $67M upgrade of Yusen Terminals

The Port of Los Angeles will start work this summer on a two-year, $67 million project to upgrade several berths at Yusen Terminals, according to a port statement.  More...

CMA CGM signs two deals with China to boost trade

French shipping giant CMA CGM will sign two deals with China, positioning itself to benefit from an expected increase in trade between Asia and Europe.  More...

Quebec to launch $9B maritime strategy

Quebec hopes to attract billions in private investment to develop its maritime infrastructure and create 30,000 jobs by 2030, according to Premier Philippe Couillard.  More...

Cargo ships asked to slow down to prevent whale strikes

The Coast Guard is requesting that cargo ships slow down because more whales are making their way to the San Francisco coast.  More...


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Featured Stories


Ag shippers seek service quality improvements

By Richard Knee

The West Coast labor contract impasse is four months gone and cargo volumes are again rising, but a bitter aftertaste persists for shippers, at least those in the agricultural sector.

That became clear at an annual conference that the Agriculture Transportation Coalition, a...  More...


Southeast ports boom would bode ill
for some exporters

By Richard Knee

Southeastern U.S. ports stand to gain big-time from a southward migration of Asia’s manufacturing activity, which would strain container supplies for American exporters tied inextricably to West Coast gateways.  More...



Pharma Supply Chains:
The Logistics of Saving Lives

By William DiBenedetto, CBN Feature Editor

While most supply chains have their unique and complicated aspects, the stakes are much higher when it comes to handling pharmaceuticals.

In many cases lives are at stake and time is ultra-critical — the medicine or equipment simply can’t be late...  More...



Latest News Releases


July 1, 2015: Hogan Administration Announces Maersk’s Return to the Port of Baltimore

July 1, 2015: WSC: Guidelines for Improving Safety and Implementing the SOLAS Container Weight Verification Requirements

June 26, 2015: A promising outlook takes a step backwards

June 26, 2015: Port Everglades Deepening and Widening Project Approved
June 23, 2015: ProShip, Inc. Partners with OSM Worldwide

June 23, 2015: Drewry: Shortage of ship officer crew receding

June 23, 2015: CII Seeks 2015 Newark Connie Award Nomination

June 22, 2015: CaroTrans Continues Import Service Network Expansion with Direct Milan to Charleston Service
June 22, 2015: MAST and WESMAR to deliver comprehensive and cutting edge security technology

June 17, 2015: Port of Long Beach Sees Strongest May in Nine Years

June 17, 2015: JAXPORT welcomes Maersk Line

June 17, 2015: Drewry: Container service punctuality continues to improve
 
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Latest Issue


Forwarders push for "all-in" air cargo rates

Global intermodal freight to grow
17.4 percent


NRF: U.S. imports back to normal

Trucking Trends: When your headhaul becomes a backhaul

Capitol Watch: The longstanding tradition
of policy riders


ILWU and PMA ratify W.C. dockworker
contract


L.A./Long Beach ports collaborate to
facilitate cargo movement
Southern California ports automate to
stay competitive


Man dies after container falls off truck onto vehicle

Maersk Q1 profits up 57 percent

April Savannah container volume up nearly 26 percent

Northrup Grumman to upgrade navigation systems of Maersk ships

John Nash’s contribution to supply chain logistics

ATA: Industry starting to feel impact of trucker shortage