FreightWaves’ Kevin Hill spoke with Steam Logistics executives Jason Provonsha and Steve Cox Tuesday at the F3: Future of Freight Festival about the 3PL’s efforts to end noncompetes in the freight industry.
On this episode of Midday Market Update, Kaylee Nix and Michael Vincent look at top headlines and figure out if the Panama Canal is at risk for blockage.
In today’s edition of The Daily Dash, Schneider plans to invest in new equipment in 2021. Plus, UPS CEO Carol Tomé talks about the sale of UPS Freight; Jeff Bezos will step down as CEO of Amazon; and Daimler spins off its truck businesses.
“It’s been really easy to get the band back together,” says CEO Jason Provonsha.
Kevin Hill and Michael Vincent give an update on the state of maritime freight ahead of the Lunar New Year holiday.
The mobility and freight business community of Chattanooga is starting to think strategically about growing the industry.
The Panama spread (FBX.PANA) widened last night when Freightos released new container rates for this week: rates from China to the American East Coast (FBX.CNAE) climbed to $3,683, while rates to the West Coast (FBX.CNAW) fell slightly to $2,527.
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.
Capacity constraints, strong demand, and chaotic tariff-related traffic pushed transpacific containers rates to new heights, but the current inbound container surge, unrelated to consumer demand, will create a steeper drop off in Q1 2019.
Steam Logistics, one of the fastest growing companies in the United States, is a young Chattanooga-based international freight forwarder on a mission to bring an unprecedented level of customer service to ocean and air freight.