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.
Maersk Line chief executive Soren Skou says ocean carriers need to make the customer experience easier.
Unilever, the massive Rotterdam-headquartered company that brings beauty, personal care, and food products to over 2.5 billion people daily, has partnered with JD.com, an e-commerce giant based in Beijing, to expand its reach in China.
The American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI) released its third Crash Predictor Model study. We’ve pulled the highlights into our latest infographic.
The trade tariffs spat between the U.S. and the rest of the world is having consequences at home, as importers and consumers have to contend with the rise in product prices in the country.
Freight.Tech Waves InnovationLab is tailor made to provide early-stage startups a high impact and concentrated exposure about the knowledge, network, and funding source.
Transpacific container rates continue to gain momentum; UPS files blockchain patent applications; Uber is uncertain about self-driving cars; Elon Musk doubles-down on ‘no sleep’; cautious optimism for US-China trade talks lifts equities markets; container lines expect profits in the back half of 2018.
PepsiCo announced today that it will take over Israel-based SodaStream known for its DIY seltzer makers, in a deal worth $3.2 billion.
Low-speed vehicles are not often considered when companies are looking for commercial vehicles, but upgrades to a line of electric compact utility vehicles could change that.
Microsoft and IBM’s enterprise blockchain projects consume a lot of media bandwidth, but there is more exciting and ambitious work being done in transport and logistics by a thriving community of startups.