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The Definitive Guide on Produce Season Transportation Impacts

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Produce season transportation can have an impact on your freight, even if you do not ship grains, fruits, or vegetables. Peak produce shipping season refers to the time period when the largest volume of fruits and vegetables are harvested and subsequently shipped to markets across the US, impacting truck capacity. Even if you don’t grow or ship produce, your transportation performance and spend can still be directly impacted. New Hampshire. New Jersey.

Outbound Tender Rejections Increase for the First Time Since March Peak

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Produce shipping is showing signs of strengthening and should begin building activity for the remainder of the month before leveling off in June. However, capacity remains loose around the country, as many trucks remain idle. We expect cross-industry reopening, combined with produce season, to marginally tighten capacity on a regional level in pockets around the country in the coming weeks. Warehouses in New York and New Jersey are reopening in the next 30 days.

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Freight Volume Rebounds to Pre-Pandemic Levels

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Most states across the US have opened for business in some capacity. Even New York has taken steps to reopen portions of the state that have been less affected by the virus than N YC. . reopening, combined with produce season , to continue to tighten capacity regionally in the coming weeks.?? . No issues cover ing loads throughout the market, except for outbound freight from California, South Texas, Georgia, and Florida to the N ortheast as capacity is tighter.

Logistics Market Stays Flat as May Begins

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Still easy to cover for all markets except outbound south Texas and Florida to the northeast as capacity out of these markets is harder to come by. . Warehouses in New Jersey and New York are reopening in the next 30 days. We expect outbound rates from New Jersey and New York to fluctuate in response to these reopenings. . South Texas is heating up for outbound volume and capacity has tightened in response. New Hampshire . New Jersey .

Billion Dollar Port Plan Brings Mega-Retailer To Mexico

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Walmart Explores Mexico’s Supply Chain. Over the last several months, Walmart— the world's largest retailer— has slowly been increasing the share of products it imports through Mexico, a move that many other retailers have been reluctant to make for decades. Mexico’s ports have long been considered North America’s least attractive option for retailers looking to import goods to the continent. Mexico’s $5 Billion Port Facelift. State of New Mexico.

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This Week in Logistics News (June 25-29, 2018)

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I’ve started to ramp up my training for our Logistics Leaders for Type 1 Diabetes Cure team ride in support of JDRF, which will be in Santa Fe, New Mexico on November 3, 2018. And now, here’s the supply chain and logistics news that caught my attention this week: Wanted: Hundreds of Entrepreneurs to Start Businesses Delivering Amazon Packages. Walmart-Led Blockchain Effort Seeks Farm-to-Grocery-Aisle View of Food Supply Chain (WSJ – sub.