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President Obama’s proposal to eliminate the daily paperwork required by commercial truck drivers may save the trucking industry an estimated $1.7 billion yearly.
August 9, 2013

On Thursday, August 1, 2013, U.S Transportation Secretary, Anthony Foxx, announced the proposal to cut costs by eliminating the mandatory paperwork required by commercial truck drivers. Currently, they are required to conduct pre- and post-trip equipment inspections and file Driver …

Building Tomorrow’s Supply Chains: Innovation
June 28, 2013

The MIT Forum brings together speakers from academia, industry, and government, to discuss innovation, technology, government policies, and supply chain strategies that enable growth.

Top 5 Logistics Markets in the U.S. 2012
May 20, 2013

1. Chicago:  Most of Illinois’ 23 interstate highways are traversed by 60% commercial trucking.  It is a mid-way point for much transcontinental traffic with a hotbed of solid highway infrastructure and the BELT railways system, the largest intermediate switching terminal …

TPM 2013 Sponsored Video: Port Everglades/Florida East Coast Railway
April 30, 2013

Steven Cernak, chief executive and port director of Port Everglades, and James Hertwig, president of Florida East Coast Railway, discuss their organizations’ recent performance, their partnership in a new intermodal container transfer facility, and the opportunities they see and projects …

New Maersk Triple-E Proves Efficient and Eco-Friendly
April 7, 2013

Maersk has about 5 months before the big launch date of their new, ground-breaking Triple-E ship which is scheduled for delivery on June 28th, 2013. We are excited that such a prominent player in the shipping industry is being proactive …

Will Sequestering Affect your Shipment?
March 5, 2013

Customs and Border Protection (CBP) in the United States has recently made public that it is taking measures to cut its work hours by what will amount to 5,000 border patrol agents and over 2,700 inspectors. It plans to immediately stop …

Lufthansa to No Longer Offer Standalone Cargo Shipments
January 9, 2013

Early in December, Lufthansa’s executive board decided to no longer offer standalone cargo shipments and will instead integrate with Lufthansa Cargo. Michael Göntgens, a spokesman for Lufthansa Cargo confirmed later.  “The process has just been started. During the next quarter …

Strike Avoided, But Negotiators are on the Clock
December 28, 2012

With the nation’s economic uncertainty hanging on by the last finger due to the impending fiscal cliff, at least there is a small silver lining with today’s news that a strike has been avoided [albeit temporarily] between the International Longshoremans’ …

LNG: Your New Best Friend
December 16, 2012

The constant chatter in the shipping and energy industry has been about liquefied natural gas and how to incorporate it into the everyday life on the sea.  Princeton, New Jersey-based shipping company TOTE, Inc. has taken it a step further. …

Ocean Freight verse Air Freight
November 18, 2012

Which is best for your shipment? When shipping internationally there are a lot of things that need to be considered. First of which is Ocean Freight or Air Freight. In some cases it is not a choice if you have …