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Booming economy drives U.S. business logistics costs up 11.4 percent
While shippers struggled to keep pace with tight capacity and rising rates in 2018, many of those pressures are starting to ease, says 30th annual State of Logistics Report.
Hub Group launches enhanced visibility solutions
Transportation and supply chain solutions provider applies artificial intelligence and machine learning to deliver real-time, shipment-level ETAs, company says.
J.B. Hunt opens first enterprise sales office in Mexico
Querétaro, Mexico, branch consolidates sales, operations, and customer support for intermodal and highway services, company says.
Rhenus Logistics acquires Rodair Group
Germany-based global logistics provider expands in Canada with purchase of Toronto-based Rodair.
Southeastern seaports head for the hills
Some seaports in the Southeastern U.S. have established intermodal "dry ports" hundreds of miles from the ocean. Why do they build them, and why are a growing number of importers and exporters using them?
Redwood Logistics acquires Strive Logistics
3PLs combine to create full-service logistics offering for transportation market, with more than $1 billion in freight under management, company says.
Port of Savannah notches record container volume for 2018
Infrastructure work on tap includes harbor deepening, new cranes, intermodal rail expansion.
Containerization & Intermodal Institute names new executive director
Lisa LoManto Aurichio to lead CII, working in conjunction with predecessor Barbara Spector Yeninas, who is now senior advisor to the organization, companies say.
Port of New York and New Jersey says rail facility will cut truck congestion
Port Jersey rail facility will handle 900,000 rail lifts a year, replacing 1.5 million truck trips.
Slowing economy spells pause for industrial real estate market
But savvy developers will pursue inland port opportunities and growing demand for urban fulfillment centers, new research shows.

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