The North American International Auto Show, also known as the Detroit Auto Show, opened its doors to the global press on Monday for a look at some of the vehicles and news that will dominate the public show, which runs Jan. 19 through Jan. 27 in Detroit at the Cobo Center. Here is a sneak peak at some of the vehicles on display.
After years of development work, TSA’s approval for third-party canine screening should provide faster and more accurate air cargo acceptance and security screening, and reduce truck detention at airports.
National spot rates have been flying high for the past year, but have only recently fallen under previous year values as illustrated on FreightWaves newest charting feature.
The newest release adds major weather data features, visualization and modeling tools, additional news features, and DOT highway cameras.
Uber announced its fourth quarter earnings yesterday, with the results showing its market dominance in the cab-hailing segment and its extensive investment across different niche verticals it has expanded into recently.
WABCO Holdings Inc. (NYSE: WBC) beat Wall Street’s consensus fourth quarter expectations of non-GAAP earnings per share (EPS) of $1.98 by over 7 percent and GAAP EPS of $1.97 by over 11 percent according to Seeking Alpha.
Rails may need to raise rates to comply with new rules from Washington.
Two major agencies see a supply/demand balance that is tightening on the back of steep cuts coming out of OPEC.
Raj Subramaniam steps up as Bronczek retires.
V.Group has acquired Global Marine Travel (GMT) from Inchcape Shipping Services according to a V.Group press release. The acquisition will increase the scale of V.Group’s operations to offer global 24/7 travel services.