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Automotive near-shoring to backdrop of geopolitical tensions

Stuart Todd | February 20, 2024 | Maritime | Breakbulk News

The COVID pandemic and the havoc it wreaked on global supply chains and transportation networks, is widely-viewed as serving to galvanize shippers into considering a near-shoring strategy, with the aim of reducing risks from unforeseen events and enhancing visibility and control over processes spanning raw material procurement to order fulfilment.
Renewables continue record-breaking growth

AJOT | February 20, 2024 | Energy

Rystad Energy’s forecast robust despite supply chain concerns
PhilaPort has its sights set on growth

George Lauriat | February 19, 2024 | Ports & Terminals | Ports

Up and down Philadelphia’s Delaware River terminal sites there is redevelopment, upgrades and even a new berth soon to be built – the first in fifty years. All reasons for the region’s shippers and shipping community to be optimistic about the future.
Port of Wilmington adds second weekly Dole service

AJOT | February 19, 2024 | Ports & Terminals | Ports

A game-changing shift occurred in the terminal management at the Port of Wilmington Delaware when in July of 2023, Enstructure took over the operations at the Port of Wilmington from GT USA Wilmington
Associates Warehousing, Inc. opens new bulk space to handle steel and lumber imports

Peter Buxbaum | February 19, 2024 | Logistics | Maritime | Bulk

The Philadelphia company’s sixth facility located near Tioga Marine Terminal on Delaware River
South Jersey ports – improvements underway to accommodate more breakbulk cargo

Peter Buxbaum | February 19, 2024 | Maritime | Breakbulk News | Ports & Terminals | Ports

Steel, lumber continue as major cargoes, offshore wind continues despite setback.
Volatile environment continues to dog European automotive logistics

Stuart Todd | February 19, 2024 | Maritime | Breakbulk News

Europe’s automotive logistics providers have experienced a protracted period of turbulence.
Florida’s Gulf Coast ports add leases and expand terminals

AJOT | February 19, 2024 | Ports & Terminals | Ports

Dive into the thriving maritime landscape of these Gulf Coast ports, fostering economic growth and innovation.
Projects at Florida’s Atlantic ports testament to future cargo growth

AJOT | February 19, 2024 | Ports & Terminals | Ports

Explore the future of cargo growth at Florida's Atlantic ports, with a focus on major developments at the Port of Jacksonville, Port Canaveral, Port Everglades, and PortMiami.

Importers and exporters – game changers for the industry at large

AJOT | February 19, 2024 | International Trade

While the last few years have created many changes and challenges in our industry, a constant has continued to be the top importers and exporters in the US. One thing remains the same: the folks at the top drive change in the industry.
U.S. businesses reaching Chinese consumers online

Peter Buxbaum | February 19, 2024 | Logistics | Shipping Technology

Peter Buxbaum explores how's latest AI tool, Smart Assistant, is transforming the sourcing process for businesses in the dynamic U.S.-China trade landscape.
AJOT/National Retail Federation optimistic on retail sales growth but fear supply chain disruptions

Chris Barnett | February 19, 2024 | International Trade

National Retail Federation (NRF) thinks consumer spending will grow in 2024 but lag behind GDP growth. While disruptions like the Red Sea attacks will cause ripples felt throughout the supply chain all the way into the consumers’ wallets.
What’s in store for ’24?

George Lauriat | January 22, 2024 | International Trade

Twenty-four trends, topics, and thoughts on potential headline makers for 2024
Top 20 North American ports

George Lauriat | January 22, 2024 | Ports & Terminals | Ports | By The Numbers

With the promise of greater box volumes came more investments in East Coast and Gulf ports enabling the ports to handle greater volumes more efficiently.
AJOT’s Top 100 North American Trucking Companies – with one big deletion

George Lauriat | January 22, 2024 | Trucking

Yellow Freight’s demise is a big deletion in this year’s chart but still there are positives to be derived from 2023.
Trucknet sets up Gulf-Israel/Egypt ‘land bridge’

Stuart Todd | January 22, 2024 | Maritime | Liner Shipping | Trucking

Trucknet’s landbridge operation bypasses troubled Red Sea pinch point.
In expansion quest, East Coast Warehouse & Distribution opts for new facility outside NYNJ port district

Peter Buxbaum | January 22, 2024 | Logistics

Balancing costs, convenience and congestion, the temperature-controlled logistics provider opened a new warehouse in Dayton, N.J.
New dimensions to warehouse automation

Chris Barnett | January 22, 2024 | Logistics

Warehouse automation is now experiencing expansion in unexpected niches.
The Jones Act and National Maritime Strategy

Stas Margaronis | December 18, 2023 | Maritime | Liner Shipping

The debate over the Jones Act and its impacts on National Maritime Strategy reflect two opposing views as the AJOT’s Stas Margaronis explains.
How AI will impact the future of shipping is a question being asked throughout the logistics community

Manik Mehta | December 18, 2023 | Shipping Technology

AJOT correspondent Manik Mehta attending the AI New York 2023 Summit held at the Javits Convention Center got a glimpse of an AI future.

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