Ocean Transportation >> Podcasts
It takes more than deep water to accommodate a modern-day containership. Sometimes you have to raise a bridge as well.
It takes a big port to handle a big ship. Can East Coast ports meet the challenge of handling the new generation of mega-container vessels?
There's just too much data out there for a human to make sense of. Can artificial intelligence save the day?
The new set of locks at the Panama Canal is open for business. How will it affect North American shipping patterns?
Too many ships, too much rate discounting, and too many service providers for the market to support: the outlook for ocean carriers is "pretty bleak indeed."
After years of delay, the automation of importer filings, involving multiple government agencies, is upon us. Say hello to the "Single Window."
Want to make sure that your imports or exports are traveling on a "clean" ship? There's a way to do that.
U.S. West Coast ports are being "held hostage" by longshore labor. So says one noted economist.
We're still waiting for many of the emerging markets of Latin America to emerge. What's holding them back?
Should foreign-flag vessels and crews be allowed into the U.S. domestic maritime trades?
Should we allow U.S.-flag merchant shipping to go the way of the passenger pigeon, the wooly mammoth and the Great Auk?
Does commercial shipping have to be a matter of life or death?
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