Historic lows in ocean carrier reliability leave shippers looking for alternatives
Global schedule reliability reached an all-time low in September 2021 at 33.6%. October marked a slight improvement in comparison, but remained significantly lower than past years.
Port crisis could alter logistics landscape forever
Much has been written about thebacklog of container ships off the U.S. West Coast, but even when that situation eases, the supply chain bottleneck that it created will still be felt well into next year.
House passes first U.S ocean shipping-law revamp in two decades
The House passed legislation Wednesday that provides the first major update of U.S. international ocean-shipping laws in more than two decades as the nation grapples with bottlenecks at its ports that are crimping supply chains.
Supply chain stakeholders offer incentives to keep trucks moving through San Pedro bay ports
Government and supply chain stakeholders are offering multiple incentives for trucking companies operating at the congested West Coast ports.
FMC Commissioner Bentzel’s grade on U.S logistics system: D-plus
The current supply chain crisis will be the subject of a series of hearings led by Federal Maritime Commissioner Carl Bentzel beginning on Tuesday when the FMC will begin laying the framework.