Women of First Logistics Since First Logistics started in 2003, women have been an integral part of the success of our operations. All the women employed at First Logistics have very important roles in providing the services required by our customers, and day to day business overall. There are a wide variety of talents that…Details
This tech brief looks at the major forces influencing the supply chain today, and what a control tower needs to meet the demands of today’s fast moving global supply chains.
A recent study conducted by the industrial real estate firm CBRE, notes that the new tariffs targeted at high-tech Chinese goods–such as industrial robots, radio transmitters, aircraft parts, computer hardware and electric cars–and is designed to put economic pressure on Beijing’s “Made in China 2025” program.
Carloads, at 279,907, saw a 3% annual increase, and intermodal units headed up 5.4% to 291,088.
Against the backdrop of increasing retail sales and an ongoing “pull forward” efforts by retailers to import goods in advance of new tariffs levied on products made in China, various import volume records continue to be set in 2018, according to the most recent edition of the Port Tracker report, which was released this week…Details
XPO, the largest provider of last mile logistics for heavy goods in North America, said this new 50,000 square-foot facility is based in Toronto, Ontario. And it added that this facility, which will be comprised of roughly 70 staffers, will serve customers throughout Ontario.
Major multinational shippers and North American transport interests are warning the Trump Administration to tread softly on its increasing tariffs on aluminum, steel and other products or it will threaten the current sweet-spot economy.
U.S. port authorities identify more than $20 billion in projected multimodal port and rail access needs over the next decade, while one-third cite pressing rail project needs costing at least $50 million for each of their ports, according to a new American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA) survey, The State of Freight III.
U.S.-based low-cost carrier Southwest Airlines flies into the international freight transportation field with the launch of a new Houston-Mexico City route. The carrier plans to add Cancun, Puerto Vallarta and Cabo San Lucas to its network by end of summer 2018.