Steelmakers continue decarbonization investments

Green steel attracts investment. But clean electricity remains the key.
Demand for cold storage continues to increase

Despite accelerated activity by major TCL players, new capacity will likely “fall well short of market demand.”
Georgia Ports: expanding for future growth

Cargo operations are also being rationalized, with Savannah to specialize in handling containers while breakbulk and ro/ro will head to Brunswick. Retaining West Coast diverted freight a priority.
Distribution facilities and cold-chain infrastructure booming in Georgia

Investments in cold-chain facilities bolster booming reefer business.
Georgia’s Center of Innovation – a logistics partner

Georgia’s Center for Innovation is a big ally for logistics companies operating in the State of Georgia.
With e-commerce on the rise, reverse logistics takes center stage

Returns processes emerge as important element of customer experience, but there are some pitfalls to avoid.
Rail storage charges: a continuing headache for shippers

New FMC case may (or may not) provide a remedy.
Will government refund billions in Section 301 tariffs?

Pending court case will determine whether USTR followed implementation rules.
Trucking industry facing fundamental shifts in 2023

Data points to more contract carriage and away from spot market
Stuck in the Mississippi mud

U.S. agricultural exports fall victim to drought and low river levels. The conundrum of the ag transportation is the barges on the Mississippi River move north-to-south while rail routes run east-to-west.

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