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Cass' July volume, rate data shows market staying red-hot
Seasonal factors not an issue as gains continue.
Stewards at UPS' largest local vote to reject labor contracts
Actions by Local 89 officials raise chances of `no' votes by rank-and-file.
White House postal reform plan should leave parcel pricing alone, group says
Parcel business already profitable at current rates, parcel shipper coalition says.
Curse of the Internet: E-commerce creates new challenges for customs
Agencies are struggling to process a surging tide of time-sensitive e-commerce shipments while keeping tabs on security and regulatory compliance.
FedEx to hike delivery surcharges on some larger, heavier shipments
`Additional handling' charge to jump on packages weighing more than 70 pounds; company will not apply peak surcharges except on certain shipments.
Millennials: No difference in trust, value between parcel delivery firms
Survey of age group finds that trusting a provider not to lose a package is key factor in carrier selection.
A yellow-letter day?
It's been nearly a decade since DHL ceased domestic U.S. express service. Its future success here will depend on executing in a very different delivery environment.
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.  
It's become the mother...
Of truckload rate cycles, that is. The pick-up in demand has done what many feared it would do.
It's become the mother...
Of truckload rate cycles, that is. The pick-up in demand has done what many feared it would do.

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