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.
The union lays out in surprising detail what it is seeking.
Cordero talked about record container volumes, tariffs and the status of billions of dollars in Port modernization projects.
With the Thanksgiving holiday approaching, drivers are spending less time on the road and more time at home. This is shrinking the availability of capacity in the market.
The two sides have been negotiating for a year, and e-commerce is a big part of the basis for the standoff.
The decision in favor of Horizon turned on a narrow question of where one of the employees’ case should be heard.
Spireon hosted a webinar in collaboration with FreightWaves earlier this week to explore the importance of building a fleet safety culture and how to do it the right way.
Largest industrial facility in Port of NY/NJ region to be built in 2 years.
Executives from MoLo, Steam, and Arrive gave insight into the complexity of West Coast freight market volatility, which goes beyond tariffs, and talked about how brokerages and shippers are responding.
Another in a long series of autumn snow storms to make trouble for truckers in the Rockies this weekend. Snow, ice to make some roads dangerous.
“Amazon Prime, the company's $119/year membership program which offers free two-day shipping and now boasts more than 100 million members, seems to be a key driver of their growth.”