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Demand for logistics services is strong. But the industry can’t turn its back on the challenges of the coming year.
For transportation providers in the e-commerce era, the choice is clear: disrupt, or be disrupted.
It takes more than deep water to accommodate a modern-day containership. Sometimes you have to raise a bridge as well.
How can a new company break into the venerable freight-forwarding business? Technology holds the key.
Without effective freight-cost management, you're leaving millions of dollars a year on the table.
You can't optimize your logistics network if you don't know how much you're spending on it.
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?
The U.S. Department of Transportation is applying a surprisingly light hand to the regulation of driverless vehicles.
The boom in e-commerce is a global phenomenon, but each country has its own unique requirements for ensuring the smooth flow of shipments to the buyer.
What stands in the way of a solution to the nation's crumbling, outdated and inadequate transportation infrastructure?
The new set of locks at the Panama Canal is open for business. How will it affect North American shipping patterns?
Up in the sky - it's a solar-powered plane! But what does it mean for the sustainability of the commercial transportation sector?
The ride-sharing service Uber is threatening to disrupt, if not dismantle, the taxi business. Will it do the same to the package-delivery sector?
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."
Supporters of a longtime proposal to privatize the U.S. Air Traffic Control system have failed again. But the issue is far from dead.