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Keep your eye on containers in global circulation

Posted - September 30, 2019
One way to measure the health of global trade is to follow ocean shipping rates, on the assumption that higher rates equate to higher Read More

Ports Post Record Volume as Holiday Season Begins

Posted - September 25, 2019
Major U.S. seaports posted growth in containerized cargo volume for August, the start of the season when retailers begin importing Read More

Truck Tonnage in August Climbs 4.1%

Posted - September 25, 2019
Seasonally adjusted truck tonnage rose 4.1% in August compared with a year earlier, according to American Trucking Associations’ Read More

Ports Post Record Volume as Holiday Season Begins

Posted - September 20, 2019
[Stay on top of transportation news: Get TTNews in your inbox.] Major U.S. seaports posted growth in containerized cargo volume for Read More

Small carriers expanding fleets as large carriers reduce tractor counts

Posted - September 20, 2019
Chart of the Week: Tractor Count – 1-6 unit fleets, 1000+ unit fleets, Used Truck Prices – 3 year old (SONAR: TCTCO.USA, TCTCE.USA, Read More

Zero-carbon shipping will double freight rates

Posted - September 16, 2019
Shippers should prepare for 100 percent hikes in freight costs in pursuit of global climate change goals, delegates at an International Read More

Insurance group cautions against FMCSA’s short-haul proposal

Posted - September 16, 2019
Federal regulators and a group representing auto insurers are backing conflicting data on the safety implications of new potential Read More

U.S. to leave global postal union next month barring last-minute action; exit could send global parcel rates soaring

Posted - September 16, 2019
Barring an eleventh-hour agreement, the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) will leave the Universal Postal Union (UPU) on October 17, ending 144 Read More

British Airways set to enter day two of crippling pilot strike

Posted - September 10, 2019
A pilot strike at British Airways wiped out all but a handful of flights on Monday and is set to continue for a second day in the Read More

U.S. railroads could face billions in losses as coal demand slumps

Posted - September 6, 2019
The systemic decline in U.S. coal production could cost U.S. freight railroads as much as $5 billion, according to a report produced by Read More