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Matson welcomes largest "con-ro" ship
First of two "Kanaloa Class" vessels will join fleet serving Hawaii and West Coast terminals this fall.
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.
May exports up 8.4% at Port of Oakland
Imports rise, too, as shippers work around trade war challenges, officials say.
Imports soar at nation's ports amid peak shipping prep, trade wars
Port of Los Angeles and Port of Virginia both report record monthly volumes for May.
Truck turn times down at Port of Oakland
Port improvements help increase trucker productivity, officials say.
Maritime industry faces obstacles to efficiency, productivity
Ocean carriers, ports, and drayage truckers are confronting challenges that will ultimately affect shippers, according to speakers at a recent trade and transportation conference.
Allianz: Number of large ships lost in 2018 was lowest in a century
Just 46 ships sank or burned, but the number of smaller incidents is on the rise, insurance report finds.
Port of Oakland gets $12.45 million for traffic improvements
Freight Intelligent Transportation System (FITS) to speed up truckers hauling cargo containers.
Industry tracks dramatic rise in container ship fires
A series of fires on container ships this year alone has left importers with delayed, damaged, or destroyed cargo—and big insurance bills. Experts say there could be more to come.
CMA CGM and MSC join blockchain network for tracking containers
Shipping giants subscribe to IBM and Maersk's Tradelens platform, seeking transparency, digitalization.

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