At a time when many transport operators say prices are being beaten down, less-than-truckload freight haulers in the U.S. are winning rate increases in annual contract bids.

Marine highways, or container transport via inland and coastal waterways, have had a rough go in the United States, but the U.S. Maritime Administration says it has learned from missteps.

The fluid state of affairs involving ocean carrier alliances is making the intermodal exchange of containers at marine terminals more complex.

Hanjin Shipping and Hyundai Merchant Marine have confirmed they are in discussions with other container lines on forming alliances.

The diverging fortunes of two container terminals in Itajai, Brazil, open a window into how carrier consolidation and the merger of joint services can impact port terminals worldwide.

CEVA Logistics posted a positive performance in the first quarter despite tough market conditions.

Hanjin Shipping has reached out to ship charterers to request their patience and understanding as it tries to restructure its debt.

U.S. shippers expect to ramp up their conversion of freight from truck to intermodal rail to the highest level in a year and a half, according to a new survey.

Ports will have to compete for business as never before over the next decade, Port of Long Beach CEO Jon Slangerup said.

After three straight weeks of decline, the spot rate for shipping a 40-foot-equivalent unit container from Shanghai to the West Coast shot up this week.