I-10 Westbound closures set for Phoenix this weekend

“The Arizona Department of Transportation will close I-10 Westbound in Phoenix between State Route 347 and Loop 202 this weekend so crews can remove and replace […]

MSC loses preferred customs status over cocaine bust on ship

“Following a second large drug bust aboard its box-ships this year, international ocean container shipping line Mediterranean Shipping Company has had its Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) certificate suspended […]

U.S. and Canada to expand pre-clearance to cargo

“Despite President Trump’s veiled threats about tariffs, his meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on June 20 produced an important agreement with the potential to speed […]

Spot rates outlook bleak for 2019, AOBRD to ELD change likely to have minimal impact on freight rates

“Per-mile rates on the spot market are forecasted to decline 7 percent in 2019 compared to 2018, according to analysts at freight research group FTR, as […]

Trucks and drivers targeted for cargo theft, kidnapping and hostage-taking

“Truck-borne freight is the most popular target for thieves, according to a new global study by cargo insurer TT Club and supply chain consultant BSI. Trucks and truckers face […]

Without standardization, blockchain can become a forgotten piece of code

“Dean Croke, the chief insights officer at FreightWaves, spoke at the Blockchain Europe Expo, elaborating on the inception of the Blockchain in Transport Alliance (BiTA), the factors that led to […]

Trucking company ordered to pay $3 million after illegally hauling hazmat

“Wiley Sanders Truck Lines was sentenced June 10 to three years of probation and over $3 million in penalties – specifically, a $1.5 million fine, a […]

Amazon’s new online freight platform is viewed negatively by 8 of 10 carriers and freight brokers

“Amazon’s entry into online freight matching is being met with skepticism and unease by much of the logistics industry, according to a market research report from […]

Mexican table grapes deliver late bumper crop, fueling higher reefer rates along the border

“A colder than normal spring across northwestern Mexico meant the Mexican table grape export campaign suffered a delay of several weeks, spiking demand in June for […]