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There is much truth in that adage, “If you bought it, a truck brought it.” Ships and planes transport products around the world, but the last stage in the journey to their final destination is frequently via truck. This is true not only of products reaching store shelves, but the transportation of raw materials to factories at the start of the manufacturing process. In the U.S alone, more than 80 percent of all communities rely on trucks for the delivery of food, fuel, clothing and medicine.
First Quarter 2020 Intermodal Volume Intermodal volume declined 6.7% in Q1, following an annual loss of 4.1% in 2019. Intermodal… Read More
A recent report prepared by the European Commission revealed that trade volume between member states of the European Union and… Read More
A few years ago the European Shippers’ Council strongly opposed the merger between UPS and TNT. Its members heavily complained… Read More
DHL Global Forwarding has added a new Less-Than-Truckload (LTL) service between the U.S. and Mexico. As a part of DHL’s… Read More
The strike by truckers at four major drayage firms serving the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach—the nation’s largest… Read More
A number of truck drivers that haul cargo in and out of the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach… Read More
In a move that should ease the flow of goods through the nation’s two busiest container ports, three companies that… Read More
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