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Cargo Pests Can Be A Costly Problem
Cargo Pests 

Cargo Pests Can Be A Costly Problem

Asian stink bugs damage berry crops in the Pacific Northwest, while warm weather brings on swarms of crazy ants in Houston. Giant African Land Snails, weighing over a pound, can damage crops and eat the stucco on houses in Florida. Do not forget about emerald ash borers that can ... Read more

Beware: 5 Factors That Can Hurt Your Final Mile
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Trucking 

Beware: 5 Factors That Can Hurt Your Final Mile

As an importer, you have no doubt spent considerable time reviewing the elements involved in the import of your goods and the many moving parts required to ensure a smooth logistics supply chain. Typically, importers tend to focus on the big picture in terms of container costs ... Read more

US Port Automation – The Rise of the Machines?
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US Port Automation – The Rise of the Machines?

According to some experts, the future of manufacturing could involve swarms of industrious robotic ants, scurrying around the factory floor, working well....like ants. Predictions like these tend to bring to mind scenes from such sci-fi blockbusters as “The Terminator”. The fact ... Read more

When is Air Freight the Right Choice?
Air Freight 

When is Air Freight the Right Choice?

In 1903, on a cold and windy December day the Wright brothers changed the world with a single 12-second flight. Considering how much work had gone into building an aircraft that could achieve the basics of controlled flight, it is safe to say that cargo space wasn’t a top ... Read more

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'Positive' Customs Regulations May Create Problems for Importers

'Positive' Customs Regulations May Create Problems for Importers

Government is replete with instances of “Let’s make things more complicated for those who follow the law… that will stop illegal things from happening!” Welcome to the updated Lacey ...

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Is Savannah Poised to be the New Midwest Gateway?

Is Savannah Poised to be the New Midwest Gateway?

Comparing one of the largest ports in the U.S. with an iconic baseball movie might seem like a stretch, but in the spirit of “Field of Dreams,” the Port of Savannah has become a model ...

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While US Auto Sales Improve, The Shipping Industry Cheers

While US Auto Sales Improve, The Shipping Industry Cheers

US consumers have apparently found the cure for the winter blues, and it comes with that unmistakable new car smell. The ‘Big 8’ automakers' monthly sales figures are now public, and ...

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