Air Freight News
CONECT update
As Congress returns to its business, it is already preparing for one of the most devisive debates in years -- on international trade. And that…
ANZDL CEO SPEAKS ON NICHE OPERATORS
Despite alliances, acquisitions, mergers and direct competition from global carriers, many niche operators continue to trade, and even flourish, but is it only a matter…
What has happened to the US flag fleet?
How can the world's greatest trading nation afford to let its commerce be carried entirely on foreign controlled ships?
What’s hype and what’s reality?
Business, like fashion, runs in cycles To name just a few, there was the conglomerate phase of the nineteen seventies, the leveraged buy-out craze of…
Shippers and carriers- A dysfunctional r
An aggrieved comment that often arises when forwarders assemble at conferences, meetings and other industry gatherings is, "Shippers are simply getting too demanding." This statement…
The Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway
By Harry N. Cook, President Of The National Waterways Conference, Inc.
The Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway
By Harry N. Cook, President Of The National Waterways Conference, Inc.
TIA applauds Oberstar rail competition b
The Transportation Intermediaries Association (TIA) strongly supports legislation introduced November 18 by Congressman Jim Oberstar (D-MN) that would bring competition and fairness to the rail…
Canadian trucking chief addresses trade
Clogged highways & border crossings will strangle Ontario trade
Does Russia need food aid?
Russia is waiting for the United States to decide whether to grant it food aid for the second year running, but analysts question whether any…