American Shipper magazine was first published under that name in May 1974 and is designed to serve the information needs of shippers, carriers and third parties involved in international transportation and for executives managing international logistics and supply chains.
logistics workers demand hazard pay; customer traffic fell across storefronts last week; supply chains will diversify post-epidemic.
A new front has opened up in the battle over AB5 as both sides use the COVID-19 pandemic to bolster their positions on the controversial labor law
In a recent whitepaper (“How much freight do the top 100 shippers in the U.S. Control?”; March 6), we examined how much freight the top 100 shippers account for in the U.S. This whitepaper is a follow-on to that report, and we would suggest reading it first. We then assumed that the top 100 shippers …
Zach Strickland examines capacity loosening quickly at the end of March in the Carrier Update presented by PowerFleet. Then in the Shipper Update, Andrew Cox and Anthony Smith discuss the long-term effects panic-buying has on the freight market.
It’s imperative that consumers standing in line for a vaccine aren’t receiving a vaccine only 60% effective, because it went out of temperature range.