The 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympic Games in South Korea are just around the corner. The opening ceremonies on February 9 will be attended by athletes and media from every corner of the globe. Last week FreightWaves dove into the logistics of the PyeongChang Games; in this infographic, we break down some statistics from Olympics past.
Zurich-based tech company Nexiot and German firm VTG Aktiengesellshaft hope to improve the way VTG’s 80,000 railcars assets are tracked by applying blockchain technology.
KeepTruckin raises $50M in a Series C financing. Plans to have 400,000 subscribers by the end of the year
How can it be possible that the government—the source of the lawmaking regulatory bodies—would actually praise a technology that is being censored from major internet platforms?
The Fed is expected to raise rates again this week. This move has been communicated for several months, but what the Fed says about future increases could have significant implications for freight markets and carriers
Uber AV kills pedestrian in Arizona; XPO Logistics takes its app to Europe; CSX has no apologies; China COSCO building methanol fuel plants in Louisiana; air cargo markets may see slower growth; Covenant stock hits a 52 week high.
Shippo's latest feature lets retailers engage with their customers during the post-purchase period to build loyalty and increase repeat purchases.
There are many services that shippers can outsource, including warehouse operations, and doing so can provide added value to the shipper through expertise that 3PLs can provide.
Arrive Logistics will host a webinar on March 29 with use case examples and tips on how shippers can reduce their shipping costs.
Shippers are increasingly being held responsible for actions of carriers hauling their freight, says a leading transportation attorney.