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Air freight volumes fell nearly 5% in June, the eighth consecutive month of declines. Freight airlines say demand has dropped amid the worsening trade war between the U.S. and China.
Truckers from around the nation may be getting effected by the upcoming China tariffs. Will this create a bumpy road for the trucking industry? Frank Holland reports.
A.P. Møller-Mærsk announced on Thursday that the company would split into a transport business and a separate energy division.
The shipping industry has decided to make its ships larger, but are U.S. ports ready?
Even as retailers become more aggressive with their shipping guarantees, time is running out for online shoppers.
With the Holidays rapidly approaching, shipping is picking up.
Morgan Brennan tells us what’s being done to prevent all of those packages sitting on porches from getting stolen.
Amazon is buying thousands of trucks and taking on some of the biggest names in transportation to get your packages to your doorstep fast.
Amazon.com is getting into the delivery game itself, the company announced on Friday. The e-commerce giant will employ its own fleet of semi trucks to deliver orders around the country. The trucks will number in the “several thousands” and will be operated by a third party, according to an Amazon spokesperson. The Amazon-branded trucks are …
Why one lawsuit accuses a drug company of illegally driving sales of its pain killing drug.
It’s the busiest season of the year for the shipping industry and its biggest carrier is issuing a profit warning.
UPS pilots issue a labor threat, just as the busy holiday season fast approaches.
UPS is making a big bet on the health care industry.
FedEx lowered its earnings outlook for the year, citing the weak world economy, slower demand and a strong dollar.