Commentary

Commentary

It’s vital that everyone in the supply chain understand their role in reducing the risks.
In the wake of a damage claim, a carrier’s insurance adjuster states the claim should be revised for the damaged product at production cost instead of the full invoice amount.
Predictive analytics finds matches in past patterns to anticipate emergent event impacts on the downstream supply chain.
With official withdrawal postponed to Oct. 31, Halloween will be particularly frightful this year for UK businesses unprepared for the inevitable disruption to supply chains from the country’s exit from the European Union.
With the first quarter of 2019 in the rear view mirror, we get a good look at problems facing the container shipping sector.
Will the Trump administration be able to convince a WTO panel of the correctness of its position to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum for national security reasons?
A shipper is told there are more delays — and demurrage fees — to come after paying $10,500 to “clear things up.” What recourse does he have?
A lack of competency is putting the project logistics industry’s future at risk, a logistics executive with a major project owner believes.
How poor documentation clouds liability and lays burden on both broker and warehouse.
Several intermodal “giants” will be honored at an IANA seminar reception in Illinois later this month.
A shipper is without his cargo after contracting with likely fraudulent suppliers.
There is a need to look past the white noise surrounding the China-Italy MOU, particularly seeing the agreement for what it is.
As a middleman in this transaction, a freight broker has no legally recognized standing and no legally protected rights as respects either a shipper or carrier.
A freight agent’s right to pay only the net it owes isn’t compromised so long as the agent timely asserts it.