eBay Matches Amazon With Logistics Option
A new eBay service will enable merchants to store inventory in strategically located warehouses, resulting in faster delivery times.
Maritime Nations Agree to Cut CO2 Emissions
The agreement brings “another major constituency on board in the international quest" to reduce global warming.
IBM, Maersk to Bring Blockchain to Shipping
The companies' new joint venture "marks a milestone in our strategic efforts to drive the digitization of global trade."
FedEx Earnings Beat, Package Deliveries up 9%
The company predicts a record holiday season after strong domestic and international shipping demand over Thanksgiving.
PC Shipments Expected to Decline
Annual shipments of desktop computers, notebooks, and tablets are expected to fall to 418 million units in 2021, a 0.8% drop from 2016.
Maersk Line Buys German Rival Hamburg Süd
The deal is part of a wave of consolidation in the container industry amid low freight rates that have driven down shippers' profits.
Your Supply Chain Is Riddled with Risk
While it's nice to cut supply-chain costs, don't choose a low-cost shipper without considering all cargo-related risks.
International Shipholding Sinks Into Chapter 11
Amid the slump in commodity prices, the dry-goods shipper was unable to generate enough cash to satisfy creditors.
Industry Downturn Sinks Dry Bulk Shipper
Global Maritime Investments has filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy due to decade-low charter rates for its ships.