transportation

Logistics solutions provider DispatchTrack joins Encompass program to expand capabilities

Logistics solutions provider DispatchTrack has joined the PartnerLink Program from Encompass Technologies, a cloud-based ERP software technology provi... continue reading »

Labor shortages at root of shipping, trucking mandates further issues

On Jan. 6, 2022, there were a record 105 shipping vessels anchored or loitering off the coast of Southern California waiting for openings to dock at t... continue reading »

Supply chain delays, high freight rates expected to continue

On Jan. 6, 2022, there were a record 105 shipping vessels anchored or loitering off the coast of Southern California waiting for openings to dock at t... continue reading »

Lineage Logistics to expand Savannah footprint for fresh produce imports

Lineage Logistics is building a "next-generation facility" near Port of Savannah, Georgia to handle fresh produce and perishable imports. Announced D... continue reading »

Trucking industry doesn’t escape COVID-19 disruption

The trucking and supermarket sectors have been dramatically altered by the effects of COVID-19. Almost everything that truckers and supermarket worker... continue reading »

Lineage Logistics acquires Henningsen to expand Pacific Northwest footprint

Lineage Logistics has announced it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Henningsen Cold Storage Co. The acquisition adds to the Lineage's l... continue reading »

United Fresh partners with National Grocers Association to connect distributors, retailers

The National Grocers Association (NGA), the trade association representing the independent supermarket and the United Fresh Produce Association have p... continue reading »

Produce Marketing Association’s Treacy shares produce supply chain guidelines

Ed Treacy, Vice President, Supply Chain and Sustainability for Produce Marketing Association (PMA) sent out the following information on March 24 to a... continue reading »

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US relaxes hours-of-service rule for food transportation amid coronavirus outbreak

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) issued a national emergency declaration to provide hours... continue reading »

Logistics firm C.H. Robinson sued by group of growers

A group of growers is suing C.H. Robinson Worldwide Inc. — the parent company for logistics operations, produce sourcing operations and brands such ... continue reading »