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Dachser expands footprint in South America
Global logistics company opens sales office in Argentina's Mendoza wine region, capitalizing on growing demand for Argentine wine.
Business continues to brace for impact of coronavirus
Supply chain disruptions could last three to six months, experts say.
Industry optimism improves as trade tensions ease
USMCA approval in Washington lessens uncertainty over trade, boosts outlook for industrial investment and export growth.
USMCA brings meaningful supply chain benefits, trade experts say
With house passage of trade deal, experts are hopeful the USMCA will become a reality in 2020.
Leaving China to avoid tariffs? Look before you leap
The costs and complexity of shifting sourcing to another country can potentially outweigh any tariff savings, said speakers at a recent trade and transportation conference.
FedEx Cross Border expands in U.S., Europe
Facilities in California, New Jersey, and The Netherlands help online merchants serve customers in 200 countries.
FedEx acquires Colombia-based freight forwarder and brokerage business
Purchase of Cargex S.A. will expand the logistics and transportation provider's capabilities throughout Latin America, company says.
Trade experts counsel measured response to China tariffs
Warning there may be more pain ahead, speakers at an international trade conference offered do's and don'ts for mitigating the impact of higher tariffs on Chinese goods.
Trade conference offers updates on customs policies, China tariffs, cargo insurance
Customs, trade, and transportation experts will provide practical advice at CONECT Northeast Trade & Transportation Conference April 9-11.
Port of Virginia to handle South American perishables
Completion of USDA program allows import of blueberries, citrus, grapes, and pears.

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