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Inttra unveils new cloud-based applications for container forecasting and shipment planning
Company says its new Inttra C-FAST forecasting product reduces the manual effort of matching anticipated container volumes with carriers' capacity.
Reshuffled ocean carrier alliances have been good for industry—so far, carrier executives contend
New carrier groupings and industry consolidation not detrimental to shippers, but problems remain, according to speakers at Coalition of New England Companies for Trade (CONECT) conference.
Port of Oakland, CenterPoint agree to build DC at planned global logistics hub
DC touted as largest such facility at any West Coast port.
Sea container imports to level off in November after months of record volumes, report says
Stores and warehouses already fully stocked for holiday season, NRF-Hackett report says.
L.A., Long Beach OK plan to achieve zero emissions on landside movements
Multi-billion dollar measure calls for on-dock rail to handle half of all shipments, truck charge on BCOs with non-compliant vehicles.
The arc of the future?
Georgia's Mid-American Arc project is a big bet on a profound shift in the country's goods-moving network. But some believe it may have overplayed its hand.
Corps of Engineers dredging to make Charleston deepest harbor on East Coast
Dredging projects to deepen entrance channel to 54 feet, inner harbor to 52 feet.
McKinsey report on container shipping in 2067 predicts autonomous 50K TEU vessels
Autonomous transport chain to manage end-to-end ocean shipping flows, authors forecast.
Jacksonville port sets cargo record in fiscal 2017
Jaxport moved more than 1.3 million TEUs thanks to growth in Asian container trade, strong auto sales.
Port Everglades gets shipshape
Seaport finds a novel way to encourage recycling and cleanliness.

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