AJOT’s 2023 Top 100 Importers

The AJOT’s Top 100 Importers chart featured annually for over two decades in the “Top North American Importers and Exporters” edition highlights the largest “importers” in terms of TEUs (Twenty-foot-equivalent units).
Descartes on U.S. container import trends

Descartes Datamyne maintains the world’s largest searchable trade database, covering 230 markets in five continents. The collected data is used by many companies and public entities and is recognized as one of the most authoritative sources on international trade trends.
Is a restructuring of the trucking industry underway?

A quick glance at AJOT’s Top 100 North American Trucking Companies isn’t very revealing, it looks much the same as it did before COVID.
Going green: Leave nothing for tomorrow which can be done today

The greening of the supply chain is essential if the world is to achieve the limit of 1.5-degree C, necessary to counter the impacts of global warming. With time running short, can the supply chain go green?
AAL’s Hansen confident in the MPV market

Henrik Hansen, General Manager, AAL Americas, noted in an interview with the AJOT while acknowledging the global economic challenges facing the industry, and confidence in the MPV sector.
Global terminal operators eye new investments

On October 25th TradePoint Atlantic and Terminal Investment Ltd. (TIL) announced a joint partnership to build a 165-acre container terminal and on-dock rail facility.
ContainerPort “nimble” in adapting to new market conditions

ContainerPort’s Jon Urban, in an interview with the AJOT, discusses how the container drayage company has been nimble in adjusting to the post-pandemic’s new market conditions.
Chassis are “made to roll”

In an interview with the AJOT, Mike Wilson the CEO of CCM, a chassis management company, delves into the operational complexities of the often overlooked chassis portion of the services that make the supply chain work.
Even in an unsettled global economy, perishables still steady

While the global economy is slowing, buffeted by the geo-political headwinds and inflationary trends, the movement of perishables is still steady – albeit adjusting through technology and sourcing to the new post-pandemic marketplace. Greg Tuthill, CCO of SeaCube - a container leasing company, in an AJOT interview, delves into the post-pandemic complexities of the perishables trade.
Tapping the brakes on auto industry recovery in 2022

After a bumpy ride in 2022, will the auto industry roll around in ’23?

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