Fri.Nov 26, 2021

REPOST: Building a Freight Juggernaut Again with Michael Leto

The Logistics of Logistics

Building a Freight Juggernaut Again with Michael Leto. Michael Leto and Joe Lynch talk about building a freight juggernaut again. Michael is the CEO of Emerge , a digital freight marketplace that was built specifically for carriers and shippers.

Six drivers ensure U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree's delivery to D.C.

Overdrive Online

This U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree began its journey on a 100-plus-foot-long trailer with System Transport's drivers in the Mad River Ranger District of Six Rivers National Forest in California. For the drivers involved: An "experience of a lifetime.".


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How Digitalization of the Purchase Order (PO) Can Save Time and Money

MTS Logistics

To all procurement and logistics specialists, how many of your daily emails pertain to purchase orders? With so many emails there is margin for error due to the manual inputs of the operation.

Achieving Meaningful Milestones with Integrity, Innovation & Pride: My Internship Experience at Locus


Author Name: Yashank Dasrapuria. I am a Product Research Intern for TrackIQ at Locus, and it’s been almost three months since I embarked upon this rollercoaster journey.

3 Ways End-to-End Visibility Helps Minimize the Risks of Ocean Freight

Download this playbook to learn how end-to-end visibility helps to mitigate risk associated with the ocean freight market.

New law in China coincides with massive cut in vessel location data

The LoadStar

Vessel location data from China has been greatly reduced, impacting maritime supply chain visibility. The tracking signal, known as Automatic Identification System (AIS), is used globally by the shipping industry to transmit data on vessel location and identity.

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Reading the post-CNY container market can be a risky business

The LoadStar

Any significant fall in container spot rates from Asia seems increasingly unlikely this side of February’s Chinese New Year, but thereafter the jury is out on the direction of the spot market. And this adds an element of risk for shippers signing up to new and expensive long-term contracts.


AxlePower helps achieve zero-emission trailer refrigeration

Logistics Business Magazine

Thermo King , a leader in transport temperature control solutions and a brand of Trane Technologies, in partnership with BPW , a leader in running gears and mobility services for transport businesses, revealed new AxlePower technology at the recent Solutrans exhibition in Lyon, France.

‘Super-port’ of Antwerp-Bruges lining up to be UK’s first call

The LoadStar

Antwerp is positioning itself to be the UK’s gateway to Europe.

Seoul government to launch search for HMM buyer next year

The LoadStar

By the end of Q1 22, a roadmap to sell the South Korean government’s stake in flagship liner HMM will be unveiled, vice-minister for oceans and fisheries Eom Ki-doo said on Tuesday.

100 Pipeline Plays: The Modern Sales Playbook

For the first time, we’re sharing the winning plays that took us from scrappy startup to a publicly traded company. Use our proven data-driven plays to grow your pipeline and crush your revenue targets.

PIL set to repay debts early, thanks to change in fortune for liner industry

The LoadStar

Troubled liner operator Pacific International Lines (PIL) has announced to the Singapore Stock Exchange that it intends to clear its debts by 30 December.

Cathay Pacific cuts back on European routes as Covid restrictions bite

The LoadStar

Cathay Pacific Cargo says the recent outbreak of Covid among its pilots and resulting quarantine measures have impacted its European services. In a letter published today, Tom Owen, director of cargo, also noted that “global constraints in the supply chain” were adding to the pressure.

ACN urges airport authority to reject plan for 37% rise in fees at Schiphol

The LoadStar

Air Cargo Netherlands (ACN) has written a strong letter to the Dutch consumer and markets authority over its concerns that “monopolistic” Schiphol’s attempt to raise airline fees by 37% is “unjustified”.

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Race against time for importers as links from Vancouver are re-established

The LoadStar

Waterborne Canadian imports from Asia remain under pressure. Traffic links between the port of Vancouver and the Canadian interior are gradually being restored after they were severed by severe flooding, but the situation remains tenuous and a full recovery of cargo flows is still a long way off.

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4 Silver Linings of the Chaotic Ocean Freight Market

Speaker: Peter Tirschwell, Chris Stauber, Sarah Barnes Humphrey, and Audrey Ross

Join this webinar exploring the silver linings that have emerged from the chaotic ocean freight market. The discussion will highlight solutions that prioritize digitization and build a more efficient international supply chain. Jan 25 at 10am CT.

Market Insight: Claw sharpening – Mærsk & Asia M&A, K+N CEO and more

The LoadStar

There has been lots on Premium‘s (logistics) plate since last Friday.

SA: Oil sinks on fear of new Covid variant stifling demand

The LoadStar

SEEKING ALPHA reports: – Crude oil prices and energy stocks are taking it on the chin as the concerns about a new COVID-19 variant are raising questions about global growth. – WTI crude (CL1:COM) (NYSEARCA:USO) is down 6%, nearing $73/barrel and Brent (CO1:COM) is down 5.7%. –