TORONTO, ON – Lower fuel surcharges in June led to a drop in the total cost of shipping for Canadian Ground Shippers from the month before, reports Nulogx.
Twenty-one carriers have been named Carrier of Choice in the 2017 Shipper’s Choice awards.
ATLANTA, GA – UPS has announced it has expanded its global dangerous goods shipping program to include 400 additional commodities that can be accepted in its global air network, with 300 additional commodities across its European ground network. In addition, the company has also increased permitted quantity of select dangerous goods accepted for shipment.
MISSISSAUGGA – A survey by UPS suggests Canadian businesses may soon need a bigger supply chain to meet export demand, given the recent implementation of CETA (Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement).
OTTAWA — Exporters have clearly changed the way they go about trading since 9-11, and some have even reverted to practices not seen since before NAFTA, a new study by the Conference Board of Canada has found.
TORONTO — Chief executives in the global transport and logistics industry admit they are less optimistic about growing their business than they were last year, according to a survey by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC).
NEWARK, N.J. — North America’s peak shipping season typically runs in the Fall months, but as volumes have steadily increased throughout the year have we already seen the top?
VANCOUVER – As recently as Tuesday afternoon, a group of drivers calling themselves the “United Truckers Association” (UTA) are threatening a work stoppage, which would prove crippling to the Port of Vancouver.
ATLANTA, GA – UPS is changing its billing methods. Starting Decemeber 29, UPS rates will be based on the size of the package sent.