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.
As longshoremen begin partial strike, here are seven key questions about the Port of Montreal, the labor dispute and what might happen.
A transmission pipeline will take hydrogen where Nikola needs it for fuel cell trucks it plans to build in Germany with IVECO.
The number of biologic drugs and gene therapies is growing, and logistics companies are increasing their capacity for temperature-controlled transportation to support them.
As legal and legislative battles pop up around the country over worker misclassification, a new lawsuit is seeking to restore a Trump-era rule that could decide the future of gig employees.
A two-year collaboration between engine maker Cummins Inc. and Tula Technology makes a dramatic cut in nitrogen-oxide emissions.
Canadian Pacific and Kansas City Southern provided the Surface Transportation Board 75 more letters explaining why their proposed merger should be approved.