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COVID-19 Continues to Damage Business at Nation’s Ports on Both Coasts

Posted - July 20, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic and Trump administration trade policies with China will result in at least a 15% drop in cargo this year at the Read More

IATA: Coronavirus impact on airlines could reach $113 billion

Posted - March 6, 2020
Lufthansa shuts down service to Israel The International Air Transport Association now predicts the coronavirus will cause a much bigger Read More

January retail sales start 2020 with growth, according to Commerce and NRF

Posted - February 19, 2020
Commerce reported that January retail sales—at $529.8 billion—were 0.2% ahead of December’s revised $528.4 billion and were up 0. Read More

Asia Pacific air cargo industry traumatized by Coronavirus

Posted - February 19, 2020
The calamity could not have happened at a worse time for Pacific Rim airlines, airports, and Asia Pacific shippers. By Patrick Burnson, Read More

Housing starts to build hope for downtrodden freight market

Posted - November 27, 2019
Chart of the Week: Building permits – USA, Flatbed Outbound Tender Rejection Index – USA, Single Family Housing Starts – USA SONAR: Read More

Holiday retail sales poised for gains, says NRF and Salesforce

Posted - October 10, 2019
By LM Staff · October 4, 2019 United States holiday retail sales are expected to be solid this year, according to data issued this week Read More

Survey says driver shortage, driver compensation top trucking industry concerns

Posted - October 10, 2019
Motor carriers and commercial drivers agree on just four of the Top 10 challenges facing the trucking industry, according to the 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