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Ships are slowed by China’s port bottlenecks

Ships are slowed by China’s port bottlenecks

According to the shipping line Ocean Network Express, congestion at ports in China and elsewhere worldwide is gridlocking about 10% of the global container-ship fleet. Jeremy Nixon, the chief executive officer, has emphasized that ships are locked up and waiting in...

Flock Freight Raises $215 Million backed by SoftBank

Flock Freight Raises $215 Million backed by SoftBank

SoftBank-backed Flock Freight raised $215 million in new funding round, maintaining its load-matching technology to help shippers pool their goods on trucks to avoid freight hubs. The new funding will help the company hire 300 employees next year and increase the...

The U.S. import surge has missed the train

The U.S. import surge has missed the train

About tens of thousands of container loads of cargo that would typically move on railroads are being hauled on American roads each month as companies look to get around continuing supply-chain bottlenecks. The officials of trucking and rail have said, demand to move...

Upgrading fleets is complicated by supply-chain issues

Upgrading fleets is complicated by supply-chain issues

Trucking companies plan to spend more on new trucks and trailers in 2022, but supply chain problems threaten to constrain their efforts to expand freight-hauling capacity and revitalize their fleets. Therefore, executives at major trucking companies said following...

Congress, regulators look to limit port fees carriers charge

Congress, regulators look to limit port fees carriers charge

Ocean carriers have been imposing more and more considerable fees for containers that have been sitting for an extended period in the logjam that has snarled the supply chain during the Covid-19 pandemic. The U.S. lawmakers and regulators are taking a hard look at the...

America’s Roads are clogged by trucks

America’s Roads are clogged by trucks

The rise of pandemic online shopping is fueling the growth in truck traffic and disrupting global supply chains. They are causing headaches for state and local governments that face multibillion-dollar bills to finance road upkeep and expansions. The thousands more...

U.S. Consumer Demand for Goods Increased

U.S. Consumer Demand for Goods Increased

The consumer demand of the U.S. for goods and an easing of supply chain restrictions drove asurge in imports in November 2021,  pushing the trade deficit close to the record. Thus, demand for importsoutstripped the U.S. export by a significant amount, which leads the...

Hiring surge in Inland Empire, California

Hiring surge in Inland Empire, California

Logistics Hiring Surge in California’s Inland Empire Can’t Satisfy Demand People working near the US’s busiest port complex in Southern California of transportation and warehousing has surged almost 24% during the pandemic, but even so, there are plenty of vacancies...

Shipping and logistics costs will continue to rise in 2022

Shipping and logistics costs will continue to rise in 2022

Companies are bracing for more steep increases in shipping and logistics prices in 2022 after supply-chain costs soared in the scrambled to move goods during the Covid-19 pandemic. Thus, transportation and logistics providers seek significant boosts in fees for...

NGL Savannah End of Year Party

NGL Savannah End of Year Party

Year-end party with NGL Savannah families. Togetherness is the reason for our bonding. There is no limit to our togetherness and together we will keep serving the company. Thank you!

NGL Phoenix End of Year Party

NGL Phoenix End of Year Party

Year-end party with NGL Phoenix families. Thank you for your dedication and hard work because of which we are today the top company!

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