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.
ShipChain, a startup hoping to integrate global shipping logistics on the blockchain, has been hit with a cease-and-desist order from the Securities Division of the South Carolina Attorney General’s Office. The order regards the $30M presale of the company’s token, SHIP, which ended in January 2018.
The proposed legislation would radically change the HOS rule for the livestock industry, which describes its problems as unique.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a data privacy law coming into force in Europe, that addresses the export of personal data outside the EU and EEA - putting businesses that process personal data of EU citizens in a sticky situation.
Parcel giant UPS announced plans to increase fees for overweight shipments as the company continues to try and discourage shippers from dumping their large items into UPS’ network designed from small packages.
On Tuesday, 35 companies gathered at Transparency18 to show off their tech-oriented products. These five were voted “Best in Show” by the event attendees.
Don Tapscott offered a bold, near-utopian vision of the transformation that blockchain will bring to the global economy and the nature of the corporation itself.
A panel of financial experts were mixed when asked whether the industry would see higher spot rates one year from now, but continued capacity issues was not in debate.
The curtains are coming down on the U.S.-China trade war, but all might not be well for the U.S., as the U.S. IP predation by Chinese companies seem to continue unabated.
Norfolk Southern (NYSE: NSC) today announced it has joined the Blockchain in Transport Alliance.
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Depending on the limit and deductible you choose, your trailer interchange coverage should add between $100 and $1500 a year to your overall insurance cost.