DOT officials are calling the start of data sharing among supply chain companies a ‘milestone’ event.
The FMC is considering minimum billing standards for late fees charged by ocean carriers for picking up and returning containers.
The largest container terminal operator in the world is buying BDP, a midsize U.S. freight forwarder.
The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach are turning to heavy-handed tactics to address a container logjam that is gumming up supply chains.
Hyster introduces newest double-empty container handler to marine terminal and intermodal rail yard operators.
The U.S. Federal Maritime Commission has rolled out guidance on how the ocean shipping industry can collaboratively improve the flow of containers among ocean carriers, marine terminals, shippers and drayage truckers in San Pedro Bay during COVID-19 and beyond.
Industry pushes lawmakers for roughly $2 billion in maritime-specific relief in next COVID package.
U.S. Federal Maritime Commissioner Rebecca Dye said Fact Finding 29’s work will help the American ocean shipping industry better prepare the supply chain for the post-virus economic recovery.
U.S. Federal Maritime Commission asks lawmakers to consider “financial bridge” to help container terminals make their lease payments.