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The Port of Baltimore told American Shipper it will offer ocean carriers financial incentives to use rail for inland moves.
International Longshoremen’s Association and employers represented by the United States Maritime Alliance will begin full wage scale meetings in mid‐September.
A bipartisan Senate bill would set transport policy and investment for six years, but is only funded for three years using money that would be redirected from other parts of the government.
Neptune Orient Lines, parent of ocean carrier APL, is "totally focused" on returning the liner business to profitability, NOL CEO Ng Yat Chung said during a call with securities analysts.
Descartes will link trade compliance data and documentation from its Global Logistics Network to SAP's transportation management application for better shipment visibility for SAP's TM customers.
The U.S. Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Economic Analysis also revised a previous prediction of a 0.2 percent decrease in first quarter gross domestic product to a 0.6 percent increase.