Freight News

Delta Cargo appoints new regional management team

Delta Cargo has appointed Gonzalo Hernandez as General Manager – Cargo Sales-Asia Pacific. He started his new role on July 1, in which he will manage the Cargo Sales functions for Japan, Korea and throughout Southeast Asia, including the cargo business for Delta’s joint venture (JV) partnership with Korean Air. Jonathan Corbi, who is based in Atlanta, became interim General Manager for the Europe, Middle East, Africa and India (EMEAI) region, ... [+]

Flexible Barge Solution at Harbor of New York

A new Liebherr LHM 600 Mobile Harbor Crane has been in operation in the Port of New York and New Jersey since November 2019. Sims Metal Management, one of the world's leading metal recyclers, places its LHM 600 on a floating barge. This ... [+]

Formula 1® is back: the 2020 season is due to restart in Austria

With the first of two race weekends at Spielberg following the coronavirus-induced hiatus, Formula 1® is poised to kick off the 2020 season, which will see the pinnacle of motorsport celebrate its seventieth anniversary. The two races in Austria are the first in a revised ... [+]

Mobile harbor cranes expand Port of Savannah container capabilities

Two new mobile harbor cranes have been delivered to the Port of Savannah's Ocean Terminal as the Georgia Ports Authority expands its container-handling and berth capacity. The cranes will offload containers from vessels carrying up to 4,800 twenty-foot equivalent container units. "We're developing this into a ... [+]

New Mega Crane arrives at PSA Halifax

Continuing with the development of the South End Container Terminal, PSA Halifax, operator of the south-end facility, welcomes another major piece of superstructure with the arrival of a new Super-Post Panamax (SPPX) ship-to-shore container gantry crane. Able to lift cargo more than 51 metres (170 ... [+]

Second Newcastle Max Calls at Port of Mobile

The Alabama State Port Authority received another Newcastle Max bulk carrier loading a record 135,484 short tons (122,909 metric tons) of export metallurgical grade coal at its McDuffie Coal Terminal. The Newcastle Max class bulk carrier, NSU VOYAGER, matches the previous record bulk ship ... [+]

SEKO Advises Retailers, Etailers

Retailers, direct-to-consumer brands, marketplaces and marketplace sellers must take action now to protect their Cross Border eCommerce margins as Global postal rates into the U.S. get start to soar by as much as 150% from today - because they will struggle to pass on additional ... [+]

Trucking Industry Applauds Tort Reform in Louisiana

The American Trucking Associations and the Louisiana Motor Transport Association praise Governor John Bel Edwards for announcing he will sign into law the Civil Justice Reform Act of 2020, which cleared the Louisiana State Legislature last night in its final day of special session. The ... [+]

C.H. Robinson Uncovers Millions in Savings for States in Need

C. H. Robinson, one of the world’s largest logistics companies, and a member of the volunteer Minnesota Task Force that brought together government and private organizations to get personal protective equipment (PPE) for the state, today revealed costly transportation and logistics trends that are adding to budgetary challenges for states ... [+]

DHL Opens First Company-Owned & Operated Retail Store in USA

DHL Express, the world’s leading provider of international shipping services, has recently opened a new retail shipping store in the Palm Springs Mile Shopping Center at 407 W. 49th St., Hialeah, FL. The 1,500 sq. ft. DHL ServicePoint facility is the first DHL fully-branded, ... [+]