Air cargo set for another challenging year
Air cargo is set for another challenging year with geo-political tensions continuing to weigh heavily on global supply chains.
Port insurance on the Great Lakes requires thoughtful planning
The state of Great Lakes port infrastructure is one of the biggest issues facing the US and Canadian maritime industries.
Supply chain optimization strategies
Supply chain optimization strategies key to logistics transparency.
Port of LA ‘s Seroka Reports 18% Volume Jump
The Port of Los Angeles reported an 18% jump in January volume compared to the same period in 2023, according to Eugene Seroka, Executive Director, Port of Los Angeles...
CMA executive says maritime academies must work harder to attract cadets
A senior California Maritime Academy (CMA) executive says maritime schools are finding it harder to recruit cadets, warning that schools must work harder to be relevant and address diversity issues.
Bringing AI to vessel navigation
Israeli company fuses and analyzes data to provide early hazard warning
The Red Sea saga continues as importers, shippers and others face nail-biting experience
As the Houthi attacks against merchant vessels in the Red Sea continue, with the latest Jan. 28 attack targeting a U.S. logistics support base in Jordan and a U.S. response expected to follow, importers, shippers and other stakeholders face nail-biting moments, unable to fathom what turn things would take the sea trade across this vital route.
Forecast 2024: Navigating a tricky economic terrain
Fasten your seat belts and enjoy the ride. Like airline travelers bracing for expected turbulence, business owners are preparing for a tricky operating environment in 2024.
French farmers take protest to Paris
French farmers’ angry, sometimes violent protests over the past fortnight in blocking major highways across the country, as they push to obtain better working conditions, has placed the European Union’s agricultural policy firmly under the spotlight while also reviving a nationalistic and protectionist outlook on trade.
Deadlocked labor negotiations confront three Canadian container ports
Potential waterfront labor stoppages at Vancouver, Prince Rupert and Montreal are once more on the radar screen. Federal mediators have been brought in to help avert a repeat of the strike actions by unionized dockers against maritime employers at Canada’s three biggest container ports that severely hit supply chains in the past few years.

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