FMCSA priorities outlined in Biden’s 2022 budget

The Supply Chain Journal

The approximately $88 billion requested for the Department of Transportation in 2022 is essentially unchanged from the 2021 enacted funding level.

Shippers should expect strained market into 2022

The Supply Chain Journal

Shippers have been anxiously waiting for the market to loosen up for months, and they should expect to continue waiting well into early 2022. .

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What Trends Will Drive Cold Storage 3PL in 2022?

Food Logistics

Third-party logistics leans into the growth of e-commerce and the frozen food sector in cold storage 2022. Transportation / 3PL/4PL

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Will your ELD be obsolete in 2022?

The Supply Chain Journal

This upcoming transition, which will largely take place in early 2022, has the potential to dramatically disrupt electronic logging device (ELD) communications for hundreds of thousands of devices. Have you heard about the looming 3G sunset?

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Early 2022 TL rate predictions pointing higher again

The Supply Chain Journal

Early predictions are pointing to truckload rates being up again in 2022. He said it’s “too early to tell” how much rates will increase, but “our starting point is in that 3 to 5% range for 2022.”. What remains to be seen is whether it’ll happen in the winter, spring, or summer of 2022.

Intermodal Summit: Sales, trends, capacity going into 2022

The Supply Chain Journal

DETAILS: Sherman Barnes and FreightWaves Freightcaster Michael Vincent discuss the state of intermodal marketing and sales from the past 18 months and predictions for 2022. This fireside chat recap is from FreightWaves’ Intermodal Summit Wednesday.

Happening Now: Import surge may last into 2022

West Coast and California Logistics

As 2021 has had its share of supply chain challenges – particularly related to container imports – we all are looking for the light at the end of the tunnel and a semblance of normalcy. Happening Now

Trucking rate relief in 2022? Not so fast

FreightWaves SONAR

Shippers hoping for trucking rate relief in 2022 are going to be severely disappointed. Before we talk about 2022, let’s give a quick primer on how supply and demand work in trucking. The post Trucking rate relief in 2022?

How does Congress want to make trucking safe in 2022?

The Supply Chain Journal

In the case of the fiscal year 2022 budget for the Department of Transportation, the House Appropriations Committee recently provided its list of recommendations that it wants DOT to tackle next year.

Top U.S. Maritime Regulator Sees Shipping Snarls Lasting to 2022

Supply Chain Brain

maritime regulator said stretched global supply chains pushing ocean-freight rates to record highs may stay strained into 2022, raising concerns about whether small American companies can weather another year of a tangled transport system and much higher costs The top U.S.

FedEx reports very strong FY 2022 and Q4 earnings

Logistics Management

FY 2022 full-year revenue—at $84 billion—rose 17.6% annually, and operating income—at $5.86 billion—climbed 46.8% annually.For the fiscal fourth quarter, revenue, at $22.6 billion, rose 23% annually, and operating income—at $1.80 billion—headed up 278%.

Rail equipment market poised for growth in 2022, consultants predict

The Supply Chain Journal

Demand for rail equipment and railcars is likely to grow in 2022 and 2023 as customers become more confident about economic recovery in North America, according to rail experts with consulting firm FTR Transportation Intelligence.

How high can container shipping profits go? Will 2022 top 2021?

The Supply Chain Journal

But the second half may not be the peak: A new forecast from Deutsche Bank argues that container shipping has entered a “super cycle” and ocean carriers will actually rake in more money in 2022 than they will this year.

Mounting evidence that container crunch will persist until 2022

The Supply Chain Journal

We have to look to 2022 for any hope. Some parts of the global economy are not at the same level of recovery as we are, which is why I am sure this story is still going to be alive in 2022.”.

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Up 5% may not be enough for truckload rates in 2022

The Supply Chain Journal

The plus-5% placeholder suggested as the starting point for contractual truckload negotiations in 2022 may prove too light according to trucking executives. Xpress ( NYSE: USX ), said the situation is likely to remain in place well into 2022.

No relief: Global container shortage likely to last until 2022

The Supply Chain Journal

importers and exporters: Equipment lessors see smooth sailing ahead, likely into 2022. The world simply does not have enough containers to handle cargo demand. It’s a conundrum that has persisted for so long that the mainstream press is finally covering it.

Rob Hallahan's 'Joke's on You' 2022 389 and Great Dane van – Pride & Polish Limited Mileage champ

Overdrive Online

Pride & Polish Limited Mileage winner Hallahan is coming off two years of fast growth to the 12-driver, 9-truck Hallahan Transport fleet he has today. This brand-new custom flagship is whipped cream of top of that, despite time limitations on the owner. Pride & Polish

Port Chief Sees U.S. Import Surge ‘Easily’ Lasting Into 2022

Supply Chain Brain

Congestion from an influx of goods continues to overwhelm port terminals, exhaust warehouse space and strain transportation connections like trucks and rail depots

Delayed again: Tesla puts off electric Class 8 Semi production until 2022

The Supply Chain Journal

Traditional truck makers Peterbilt, Kenworth, Volvo Trucks North America and the Freightliner brand of Daimler Trucks North America are taking orders for delivery in 2022. Tesla Inc.

Westport and Partners Anticipate Testbed Hydrogen Engine Tech by Early 2022

NGT News

The post Westport and Partners Anticipate Testbed Hydrogen Engine Tech by Early 2022 appeared first on NGT News. Westport Fuel Systems Inc.,

FMC’s Maffei says capacity demand won’t recede ‘until late 2022’

The Supply Chain Journal

But ultimately, the system needs more resilience, especially because I do not expect capacity demand to recede until late 2022.”. For logistics managers around the world, planning a budget for next year will be as easy as swimming in cement shoes.

Hellman Logistics to offer pan-European drone delivery in 2022

The Supply Chain Journal

Hellman Worldwide Logistics said Wednesday it is partnering with Dronamics to develop and commercialize a cross-border drone delivery network for transporting time-critical goods, with commercial unmanned cargo drones flying the first routes as early as next year.

Report: mobile robot revenue to reach $7 billion by 2022

DC Velocity

Logistics fastest growing vertical market, demanding automation to handle e-commerce and omnichannel, Interact Analysis says. Technology

What is Just Beyond the Horizon for Shipping in the Rest of 2021 & 2022?

MTS Logistics

But what happens if we look beyond this horizon and try to contemplate the market situation in the second half of 2021 as well as into 2022? in 2022. Considering all these elements, an image emerges of the market conditions in the later part of 2021 as well as into 2022.

No relief: Global container shortage likely to last until 2022

The Supply Chain Journal

importers and exporters: Equipment lessors see smooth sailing ahead, likely into 2022. The world simply does not have enough containers to handle cargo demand. It’s a conundrum that has persisted for so long that the mainstream press is finally covering it.

FreightWaves LIVE recap: Obstacles facing ocean shipping to last into 2022

The Supply Chain Journal

This will go into 2022. This fireside chat recap is from Day 1 of FreightWaves LIVE @HOME. FIRESIDE CHAT TOPIC: Navigating uncharted territory in the transportation industry. DETAILS: A discussion on delays in ocean freight shipments and how to best manage the challenges.

New Strategies to Engineer Retail Supply Chain Resilience for 2022 and Beyond

Logistics Management

Join Alec Hicks, group director supply chain solutions at Ryder, as he explains the lessons learned and strategies used to keep North America’s retailers thriving today, and prepared for future challenges

LogiMAT 2021 Postponed Until Spring 2022

Logistics Business Magazine

The organizer , EUROEXPO Messe- und Kongress-GmbH , has decided to push back the upcoming trade show to March 8–10, 2022, to give exhibitors the certainty they need for long-term planning. The post LogiMAT 2021 Postponed Until Spring 2022 appeared first on Logistics Business® Magazine.

End of an era: Hoffa Jr. to leave top Teamsters post in 2022

Logistics Management

million-member Teamsters union come 2022. For the first time this century, a man named Hoffa will not be leading the 1.4 James P.

Global Shipping Outlook: What Will 2022 Hold?

247 Customs Broker

Interested in sponsoring… The post Global Shipping Outlook: What Will 2022 Hold? [og_img] Moderator: Mark Szakonyi, Executive Editor, JOC.com and The Journal of Commerce, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit Speaker(s): TBC *Check back soon for more information! appeared first on 24/7 Customs Broker News. 3PL Features Logistics Magazine Archive Uncategorized customs broker customs clearance freight imports logistics shipping

Dronamics & Hellmann join forces in drone delivery push (from 2022)

The LoadStar

DRONAMICS and Hellmann plan pan-European transport services with cargo drones from 2022. The post Dronamics & Hellmann join forces in drone delivery push (from 2022) appeared first on The Loadstar. PRESS RELEASE .

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Q&A: Trucking’s back half and beyond with Deutsche Bank’s Amit Mehrotra

The Supply Chain Journal

The year-over-year comparisons become more formidable in the back half of 2021 and the first half of 2022 as many carriers have posted record operating and financial results the past couple of quarters.

Plastic Packaging Tax to hit supply chain from 2022

247 Customs Broker

[og_img] The government has opened a ten-week consultation on a Plastic Packaging Tax which, from April 2022, will apply to plastic packaging manufactured in or… The post Plastic Packaging Tax to hit supply chain from 2022 appeared first on 24/7 Customs Broker News.

7 Last Mile Delivery Trends to look out for in 2022

Loginext

The term ‘last mile delivery’ refers to the movement of an order from a warehouse or distribution center straight to its end destination, without stops at any intermediary hubs.

Structured Cabling Market Size, Share, Trends, Business Demand, Industry Growth, Forecast 2022

247 Customs Broker

These cables are widely used for… The post Structured Cabling Market Size, Share, Trends, Business Demand, Industry Growth, Forecast 2022 appeared first on 24/7 Customs Broker News. Market Overview: Growing demand for Ethernet networks is one of the major drivers of the structured cabling market growth.