Posted 08/27 · 07:18 AM · LM EditorialSpurred by another record-breaking week for intermodal, volumes on United States railways were up year-over-year for the week ending August 21, according to the Association of American Railroads (AAR).
Posted 08/27 · 07:15 AM · LM EditorialIRTA named Maersk as the recipient of the International Refrigerated Transportation Association Executive of the Year award as part of the Global Cold Chain Alliance (GCCA) Food Logistics Forum.
Posted 08/23 · 10:13 AM · LM EditorialDry van truckload carrier USA Truck has expanded its intermodal menu, announcing it recently inked a long-term contract with Class I railroad carrier BNSF Railway to move private 53-foot domestic intermodal containers.
Posted 08/23 · 06:11 AM · LM EditorialSea Star Line announced that it has entered into a strategic alliance with Mark-It Services to equip their reefers with both Global Positioning and Radio Frequency Identifications Systems
Posted 08/16 · 02:06 PM · LM EditorialThe ocean cargo gateway is set to build the first new terminal on the U.S. East Coast
Posted 08/16 · 01:58 PM · LM EditorialA diesel additive study conducted by GPA yielded a five-percent reduction in fuel consumption, as well as drastically decreased emissions.
Posted 08/12 · 09:36 AM · LM EditorialThe South Carolina State Ports Authority and the South Carolina Coastal Conservation League concluded several months of mediation and reached a settlement
Posted 08/04 · 01:41 PM · LM EditorialThe Port of Los Angeles has been awarded a $731,000 grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) to purchase and test new technology that could significantly reduce diesel emissions and greenhouse gases from rubber tired gantry cranes, which are used for stacking containers.
Posted 08/03 · 12:03 PM · LM EditorialThe voice of reason was sounded in the Senate yesterday when legislation was introduced to suspend the 100 percent scanning requirement for ocean cargo containers.
Posted 08/02 · 08:58 AM · LM EditorialRailroad volumes for the week ending July 24 were down year-over-year and up compared to 2008, according to the Association of American Railroads (AAR).