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Norfolk Southern - Intermodal News - Sep 19th, 2018


JOC - International Trade News - Sep 19th, 2018

  • India first-half volume jumped 10 percent, on reforms
      Maersk, which transports roughly 20 percent of India’s containerized freight, said three factors have essentially combined to drive that impressive, steady growth. (Above: Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust [JNPT].) Photo credit: JNPT. Maersk Line said India’s container trade increased at a double-digit rate in the first half of 2018, benefitting from a...

  • Container capacity curbed amid signs of slowing volume growth
    Slower growth and growing international trade tensions have carriers readjusting their networks. Photo credit: Shutterstock.com. There are growing signs that containerized trade on the main east-west trade lanes is beginning to slow, with the decline in volume pushing up the number of idle ships as carriers slash capacity in a struggle...


JOC - Economy Watch - Sep 19th, 2018

  • ‘Bullish’ US truck market to last well into 2019
    One could argue that the US truck sector has reached its peak, but others believe that with a robust manufacturing sector and other sources of growth, another year of strong truck sector gains is ahead. Photo credit: Shutterstock.com. Trucking employment, according to US data, hit an all-time high in August. Class...

  • India first-half volume jumped 10 percent, on reforms
      Maersk, which transports roughly 20 percent of India’s containerized freight, said three factors have essentially combined to drive that impressive, steady growth. (Above: Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust [JNPT].) Photo credit: JNPT. Maersk Line said India’s container trade increased at a double-digit rate in the first half of 2018, benefitting from a...


JOC - Port News - Sep 19th, 2018

  • US port, rail service normalizing post hurricane, but I-95 delays persist
    In the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, the biggest disruption is for truckers traveling Interstate 95 through the Carolinas. Flooding has shut down most of I-95 in North Carolina, except for a nine-mile stretch. (Above: Wilmington, North Carolina.) Photo credit: Shutterstock.com. Ports in South Carolina and Virginia are getting back to normal,...

  • US ports embrace ‘smart equipment’ to cut cost, boost efficiency
    “The technologies are here. They’re being used, so get on it now,” Mike Saxton, chief commercial officer at Orange EV, told the Intermodal Association of North America Expo Monday in Long Beach. (Above: Containers stacked at the Port of Los Angeles.) Photo credit: Shutterstock.com. The use of smart equipment, including autonomous...

  • NY-NJ's Waterfront Commission to argue for end of agency dissolution case
    The Waterfront Commission has long argued that the compact creating the commission, which was approved by Congress and signed by former president Dwight D. Eisenhower, could not be dismantled without the consent of either both states or Congress. Photo credit: Shutterstock.com. A federal judge has granted the Waterfront Commission of New...

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