Planes, Trains and Ships: Criminal Antitrust Enforcement Speeding Up for Transportation Sector
The Biden administration recently issued a sweeping Executive Order  aimed at protecting and enhancing competition, and the transportation sector—including air, ocean, and rail—is among the industries specifically identified and likely to see heightened antitrust scrutiny under the new directives.
How to ensure airports don’t become the next supply chain crisis
Brandon Fried, executive director of the US Airforwarders Association, looks at how air cargo hubs can avoid becoming supply chain bottlenecks. As 2021 draws to a close, forwarders and their customers are staring down one of the most stressful business environments
US Retail Imports Grow at Record Pace Despite Pandemic
Imports at the United States’ major retail container ports are expected to end 2021 with both the largest volume and fastest growth on record despite supply chain disruptions brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the monthly Global Port
White House Lauds Easing of Supply Chain Clogs, Cites Shipping Competition Concerns
The White House on Wednesday lauded improvements in clogged U.S. supply chains, with more goods moving than ever before, but said more work was needed to ensure fair competition in a global shipping sector dominated by three alliances of ocean