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Rail, barge get new lives, funding under New York's infrastructure plan
Underutilized assets to take center stage as the city looks to cut reliance on trucks.  
Driving in the pole position
Trucking in trouble? Authors of the latest "State of Logistics Report" beg to differ.
S.C. ports tap goodwill ambassadors
Port leaders use educational outreach program to build community support for harbor projects.
Ports of Los Angeles and Antwerp host innovation competition
Annual "hackathon" will award prizes for technology solutions to port and maritime challenges.
Sea container imports expected to set record in July
Strong consumer spending delays impact of tariffs on Chinese imports, NRF-Hackett report says.
South Carolina projects 5 percent port box growth for fiscal 2019
Revenues projected to rise 12.4 percent from current fiscal year.
Truckers sitting in sweet spot as decade winds down, State of Logistics Report says
Truckers seen taking share from rails as technologies drive down costs, improve service, annual report says; transport, inventory costs climbed well above inflation in '17, it adds.
Port of Oakland signs nine-year extension with its largest terminal operator
SSA Terminals, port agree to options that could further extend relationship to 2042.
UPS expands its LCL service by adding sailings in 130 lanes
Company says it now covers most of globe with service.
APL enhances new express service with same-day availability at L.A.
Cargo discharged quickly on dedicated truck lanes.

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