American Trucking Associations’ Technology and Maintenance Council Annual Meeting is being reconfigured this year because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A once-thriving country club near major interstate highways in Chicago was set to be the new home of an 800,000-square-foot distribution and warehouse facility, Now it is at the center of a legal battle involving a part of the city critical to trucking.
Congestion at the nation’s ports will likely continue well into the year as February container numbers show a heavy volume of imports at the Pacific and Atlantic facilities.
Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. envisions a “transformative” remaking of its freight-rail business after an announced merger with Kansas City Southern Railway that will create the first U.S.-Mexico-Canada network.
Severe winter weather took a toll on truck tonnage in February, according to American Trucking Associations.
A Texas law that restricts the size of ships that can operate within the Houston Shipping Channel and, because of that, call on Port Houston is generating controversy within the port and shipping community.
American Association of Port Authorities CEO Chris Connor told Transport Topics the biggest takeaway from the coronavirus pandemic is the essential nature of ports.
Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. agreed to buy Kansas City Southern for $25 billion, seeking to create a 20,000-mile rail network linking the U.S., Mexico and Canada in the first year of those nations’ new trade alliance.
The continued yearlong surge in e-commerce brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic sent FedEx’s year-over-year fiscal third-quarter net revenue up 23% to $21.5 billion, compared with $17.4 billion in the same period in 2020.
Economists predict the United States economy broadly and the trucking economy specifically are poised for a rocket-like recovery in the second half of 2021, propelled by $1.9 trillion in federal stimulus and millions of Americans who will receive COVID…