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Cargo thefts in the United States were down 14% year-over-year by volume in the first quarter, but up 25% in value, according to the FreightWatch International Q1 2015 U.S. Cargo Theft Report.
Mitigating factors impacted the expected rebound after the resolution of contentious ILWU-PMA port labor contract negotiaitons, according to the southern California port.
The International Longshore and Warehouse Union said 82 percent of its members voted in favor of ratification.
The first of seven groups will meet early next month to discuss issues surrounding the upcoming peak season.
Profits at the logistics and trade compliance software provider grew faster than revenues thanks to the company's focus on building its Global Logistics Network.
Transportation analyst's Shippers Conditions Index for March declined steeply from February, with further drops expected through the remainder of 2015 due to the impact of regulations on trucking capacity.