U.S. Switches Over To Paperless Crew Inspection

U.S. Switches Over To Paperless Crew Inspection

U.S. Switches Over To Paperless Crew Inspection Written by Stephanie Castaneda U.S. Switches Over To Paperless Crew Inspection After 10 years of trial and error the U.S. is finally ready to go paperless when it comes to vetting crews arriving on commercial ships. The new process is aimed at streamlining vessel arrivals and departures by…

Gebrüder Weiss offers ‘zero-emissions’ ocean, air service

Gebrüder Weiss offers ‘zero-emissions’ ocean, air service

Gebrüder Weiss offers ‘zero-emissions’ ocean, air service Written by Stephanie Castaneda Gebrüder Weiss offers ‘zero-emissions’ ocean, air service “Lauterach, Austria-based transportation and logistics company Gebrüder Weiss on Thursday announced a carbon-neutral service for North American customers transporting goods via ocean or air. Gebrüder Weiss called it a zero-emissions service because “customers have the opportunity to…

U.S borders to close off on unvaccinated Canadian, Mexican truck drivers

U.S borders to close off on unvaccinated Canadian, Mexican truck drivers

U.S borders to close off on unvaccinated Canadian, Mexican truck drivers Written by Stephanie Castaneda U.S borders to close off on unvaccinated Canadian, Mexican truck drivers According to the Department of Homeland Security, the U.S will close its borders to unvaccinated and partially vaccinated Canadian and Mexican truck drivers. This new regulation is as a…

Port Houston sees huge bump in steel cargo

Port Houston sees huge bump in steel cargo

Port Houston sees huge bump in steel cargo Written by Stephanie Castaneda Port Houston sees huge bump in steel cargo Port Houston’s steel cargo exports recorded a 1,874% year-over-year increase in January to 21,992 tons. Imports of steel at the port recorded a 176% year-over-year increase to 440,883 tons. The year-over-year increased demand is part…

Congestion clears on the water, port truckers’ frustration mounts

Congestion clears on the water, port truckers’ frustration mounts

Congestion clears on the water, port truckers’ frustration mounts Written by Stephanie Castaneda Congestion clears on the water, port truckers’ frustration mounts Despite the recent reports regarding congestion easing on the water in California’s major ports, truckers claim this isn’t the case for them; “long wait times, a flawed appointment system and other efficiency issues…

Port Congestion

Port Congestion

Port Congestion Written by Aiden Port Congestion The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach have settled into a pattern of congestion that virtually every sector of the international supply chain says will last at least into the summer months — and possibly longer. How long the congestion continues will depend largely on import volumes…

Amazon Prime Day

Amazon Prime Day

Amazon Prime Day Written by Stephanie Castaneda Besides Black Friday, what is the next big day when it comes to online shopping? You guessed it, Amazon Prime Day! Although there is not an exact date for when Prime Day will be, the company said during its most recent earnings report the event will take place…

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