Amazon moves to take over Pinnacle Logistics air cargo operations in Baltimore, Maryland and Rockford, Illinois, where it will rehire 3,000 Pinnacle employees facing layoff.
We gear down into the backhaul of our week with news of a headline glitch. Starting early Thursday, small-business truckers who rely on the spot market began reporting problems logging in to the DAT load...
The latest features in SONAR 5.0 make it the most future-focused version to date.
Ship owners failing to prove compliance face criminal fines and penalties.
New fleet growth is slowing while used truck prices collapse. Is this the first sign of contracting trucking capacity?
Bankrupt Celadon receives $14.5 million bid for Taylor Express as it plans liquidation of remaining assets
(Updated with comments from Love’s spokeswoman on size of growth in 2019). Love’s Travel Stops’ growth plans this year are in line to slightly more aggressive than those of 2019 and 2018. In a prepared...
E-payment vendors continue to do battle in court
Service improvements will help grow rail volumes and revenue, the company said during its fourth-quarter earnings call Friday.
J.B. Hunt’s fourth quarter call addresses some challenges facing its brokerage and intermodal businesses.
Director of Passport Research JP Hampstead sits down with Director of Freight Market Intelligence Zach Strickland to discuss what's happening with rates this week.
Sale of Winnipeg terminal for C$4.25 million to commercial real estate firm appears set to be tied up in Canadian courts, where U.S. trucking giant’s failure to initiate timely bankruptcy proceedings...
An overview of driver feedback trends found high rates of satisfaction with co-workers and staffing issues.
Ensuring shippers have “chassis choice” for merchant haulage expected to be a prominent issue in the year ahead.
Freight volumes and tender rejections range-bound for now
On today’s episode, DAT goes tango down, fleet bankruptcies hammer used truck market, Love’s adds parking, XPO’s great divide, President of Transportation at DHL Supply Chain Jim Monkmeyer, Cassandra...
IATA is aligning its dangerous goods rules with international standards.
Thursday's National Trucking Freight Futures forward curve points to softness in spot rates through February 2020.
Take a look back at what made maritime headlines in 1965.
Deal to buy Utah-based company will expand Parkland Fuel’s presence in the Western United States with 84 locations and 63 trucks.