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.
The “e-Commerce Revolution” is the hot topic for the upcoming CNS Partnership Conference next month in Miami. FreightWaves interviews CNS President Michael (Mike) White for an inside look at the e-commerce challenge for the air cargo industry and how the conference will tackle it.
The inbound container flows had a big impact to freight volumes in the port cities of Savannah and Los Angeles this past year.
Down Under Trucking: electric Aussies invade U.S; LNG trucking underway in Western Australia; police crackdown on dodgy waterfront truck drivers; new logistics park for Northline; Australian truck rollovers – roads full of chaos, mayhem and... pig manure.
Markets are tightening. Full implementation of sanctions on Iranian oil could make them tighter.
Ottawa aims to protect domestic businesses from high costs of tit-for-tat trade dispute with Washington.
Today on FreightWaves NOW, Market Expert Donny Gilbert gives us the national overview of volumes and rates. Sultan of SONAR, Zach Strickland hits on a theme related to seasonality especially from what’s happening in L.A.
In light of declining newspaper readership and the need to reduce costs, PCF is looking to parcel delivery providers as an alternative to traditional delivery methods. Download this complimentary white paper to read about the challenges that have led to this potential game-changer for the newspaper industry, as well as how PCF is using their logistics acumen and state-of-the-art technology to maximize reach for the newspaper industry.
Feds have exempted Wing Aviation from a block of regulations clearing way for an operating permit.
What the Truck is going on in all things freight this week? Weekly Market Update: J.B. Hunt misses analysts’ first quarter earnings and revenue estimates. Truckload carriers' first quarter results don't appear to be in jeopardy after the J.B. Hunt report. Marten Transport reports best-ever net increase of more than 30 percent in first quarter of 2019. What gets hauled to Vegas, stays in Vegas.And then on to the freight tech headlines of the week.
Coretex supplies fleet management solutions. Known for its refrigerated trailing monitoring capabilities, the company has recently expanded more into the cab with a new ELD and other services.