The following appears on freightwaves.com Greg Miller, Senior Editor – Ukraine is on a knife’s edge. Russian troops are amassed at its border. The U.S., EU and U.K. warn of severe Continue ReadingHow Russian Invasion of Ukraine could Impact Ocean Shipping
The following appears on freightwaves.com Greg Miller – The decline in ships waiting just offshore of Los Angeles/Long Beach continues to be touted as a sign that port congestion is Continue ReadingShips in California Logjam Now Stuck off Mexico, Taiwan and Japan
The following appears on freightwaves.com Zach Strickland, FW Market Expert & Market Analyst – Demand for longer-haul capacity has grown significantly over the past five months, driving the average length Continue ReadingIncreasing truckload length of haul suggests shippers have overordered
The following appears on freightwaves.com Greg Miller, Senior Editor – Amid all the headlines on consumer demand, imports to America’s primary container gateway — the ports of Los Angeles and Continue ReadingPeak Season Over: Container-Ship Arrivals in Southern California Fall
The following appears on freightwaves.com By John Gallagher – Federal lawmakers from California are pressuring Gov. Gavin Newsom to declare a state of emergency and suspend or eliminate regulations to Continue ReadingCalifornia Lawmakers Seek Supply Chain ‘State of Emergency’
The following appears on freightwaves.com By Eric Kulisch, Air Cargo Editor – The cost to ship goods around the world by air is about 2.5 times more expensive than before the Continue ReadingWhy is Air Cargo Suddenly Affordable Relative to Ocean Shipping?