Infrastructure investments in America’s seaports and their intermodal connections – both on the land and in the water – are in our nation’s best interest.
April 6, 2016
The American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA), Alexandria, Va., asked its U.S. member ports how much they and their private-sector partners plan to spend on port-related freight and passenger infrastructure over the next five years. The answer was a whopping $154.8 billion.
The growth in digital, ‘always-on’ supply chains will only widen the talent gap that already exists in our industry.
April 6, 2016
The 2016 MHI annual industry report, titled “Accelerating Change: How Innovation is Driving Digital ‘Always-On’ Supply Chains,” provides new insights into trends and technologies that are having a dramatic impact on supply chains and the people who run them.
Trucks carried 63.4% of U.S.-NAFTA freight and continue to be the most heavily utilized mode for moving goods to and from both U.S.-NAFTA partners.
March 4, 2016
The value of commodities moving by truck decreased by 3.1% in December 2015 compared to December 2014, while the value of air freight decreased by 3.5% and rail by 9.3%, according to a report published by United States of Transportation’s Office of the Assistant Secretary for Research and Technology Bureau of Transportation Statistics, Washington, D.C.
The Association of American Railroads (AAR), Washington, D.C., released today its first "State of the Industry Report" focusing on the key challenges, accomplishments and innovations within the freight railroad industry.