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US Requires Railroads to Prioritize Passengers Over Freight

This April, the US Senate introduced the Rail Passenger Fairness Act, legislation that requires infrastructure managers to prioritize passenger trains over freight trains. Infrastructure managers will be brought to court for not complying. While Europe continues to debate whether freight should be prioritized over passengers, the US is giving Amtrak, the nation’s main passenger carrier,…

Sharkskin: the next big thing in air freight?

German airline Lufthansa Group and chemical company BASF have introduced a groundbreaking innovation to their aircraft: sharkskin technology. This technology, named AeroSHARK, is a type of biomimicry that replicates sharkskin on an aircraft’s surface. Why sharkskin? Sharks’ skin is highly aerodynamic, as it decreases drag through its tooth-like scales, known as denticles, and allows sharks…

How Ever Given, the Mega Container Ship that Blocked the Suez Canal, Has Impacted the Logistics Industry

Ever Given, the container ship which blocked the Suez Canal for six days, has had rippling effects on the ocean freight market. Although the blockage came to an end on March 29 due to a combined effort of salvage teams, dredging and tug boats, the event continues to incite both conversation and change within the…

New Developments to Expect for the Trucking Industry in 2021

2020 was a landmark year for the U.S.  and the rest of the world, leaving no industry untouched by the COVID-19 pandemic. The trucking industry was no exception, as the sector experienced major changes due to the impact of the pandemic and its resulting economic shutdowns. Now, as we look forward to seeing how 2021…

Rail industry expected to see rate increases and steady growth in 2021

The 2021 outlook for the U.S rail industry is largely positive, with experts foreseeing continued growth in demand and traffic, as well as prices. Due to unprecedented demand and labor shortages, intermodal rail service rates may increase by hundreds of dollars per container in 2021. As the pandemic has driven consumer spending on goods, rather…

Air freight market in a strong position going into 2021

The air freight market is poised to fully recover to pre-pandemic levels in the first quarter of 2021, according to a recent forecast from the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and data from CLIVE Data Services. The impending recovery is evidenced by the industry’s strong performance in December in comparison to the damage caused by COVID-19…

The race to lower shipping’s carbon footprint continues

The shipping industry is continuing to face criticisms of measures to reduce the industry’s staggering carbon footprint. International shipping accounts for 3% of annual global emissions – around one billion tons of emissions are produced by ships every year. Without further action, ship emissions are expected to grow to 90 to 130% of 2008’s emission…

Recent attacks emphasize importance of cybersecurity in the trucking industry

Digital security remains a top concern for the trucking industry, as highlighted by a recent string of cyberattacks on trucking companies. Cross-border trade in particular has been targeted in the past few months, with almost a dozen cyberattacks on the international supply chain industry. Alaster Love, Chief Technology Officer at Panacea Strategy, explained that the…

Positive outlook for trucking industry growth, drivers’ wages

The trucking industry appears to be bouncing back sooner than most other industries amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Changing habits lead to freight growth According to industry economists, the recession caused by the pandemic is likely over, but it has transformed consumer habits in a way that will likely reshape the entire U.S. economic landscape for…

U.S. Intermodal Traffic Volumes May Be Returning to Normal

While the COVID-19 pandemic has significantly impacted nearly every industry, intermodal appears to be bouncing back sooner than expected. The pandemic “has had as large of an effect as the Great Recession,” as stated by Jason H. Seidl, Managing Director of Cowen and Company and Railway Age Wall Street Contributing Editor. Although the virus contributed…