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What Keystone pipeline cancellation means for crude-by-rail

Posted - February 22, 2021
President Joe Biden’s revocation of the March 2019 permit enabling the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline will likely result in Read More

Reversal of fortune: Capacity drains from air cargo market again – FreightWaves

Posted - February 1, 2021
Reversal of fortune: Capacity drains from air cargo market again New wave of COVID infections forces airlines to pull back flight Read More

Nation’s Ports Finish 2020 Strong Amid Surge of Imports

Posted - January 29, 2021
The nation’s ports in December posted record or near-record cargo numbers as a surge of imports continued to enter facilities on the Read More

Shipping Container Crunch Shows Signs of Easing, Index Shows

Posted - January 29, 2021
A global shortage of shipping containers that has sent ocean freight rates skyrocketing shows signs of easing, according to an index Read More

Freight Stakeholders Push Congress on Infrastructure Package

Posted - January 29, 2021
Consideration of a major infrastructure policy package aimed at improving access to commercial corridors would enhance the freight Read More

Air cargo market levels off in November; passenger sector sinks

Posted - January 8, 2021
IATA says airfreight volume stalled, but is poised for more growth despite capacity crunch The airline industry contrast couldn’t be Read More

TSA 100% screening option could be cheaper for cargo shippers

Posted - January 8, 2021
Newsmaker Q&A: Cargo chief John Beckius says new international security mandate can be met through risk-management approach Most Read More

Transportation capacity tightens further, pricing climbs higher

Posted - December 7, 2020
The November Logistics Managers’ Index (LMI) report shows transportation prices are “increasing at an increasing rate” with Read More

How the Panama Canal traffic jam is affecting ocean shipping

Posted - December 7, 2020
Since the Panama Canal debuted its larger Neopanamax locks in 2016, the three heaviest users have been container ships, liquified Read More

Coalition on demurrage/detention charges seeks intervention from Federal Maritime Commission

Posted - November 17, 2020
The coalition led by the Harbor Trucking Association is looking at two routes to get relief from growing demurrage and detention charges Read More