Global Cargo Monitoring / Cargo Tracking: US CBP suspends GTX.

Global Trade Management

Global Cargo Monitoring / Cargo Tracking. bound maritime cargo containers be limited to high-risk trade lanes. CBP officials said this additional information would allow the agency to be more precise in identifying risks and to thus conduct fewer and better-targeted cargo inspections. 1 comment: Jim Cleveland. arviem, founded in 2008, has grown organically to become the leading service provider for real-time cargo monitoring.

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9 Headlines Striking Fear into Shippers Lacking a Strong TMS

Supply Chain Collaborator

Headline: Daimler Trucks to Cut its Workforce at Cleveland, NC Factory by 30%. Headline: Intermodal Cargo Falls in 4Q for First Time Since 2009. Headline: US Rail Stocks Seen Rising 20% This Year Despite Six-Year Low for Cargo in 2015.

Rebuilding Efforts Fuel Flatbed Demand

DAT Solutions

Baltimore rates rose sharply after Irma, likely due to ocean cargo that was diverted from Miami and Savannah. Flatbed freight out of Cleveland , on the other hand, ships inter-regionally, and rates rose 16% over the past month, with high volumes on the lane to Houston.

Top 5 Markets for Dynamic Warehousing Demand

FLEXE

Demand for dynamic warehouse space is highest in Cleveland. #2 4 Dallas, TX: The Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington metro area is high on our demand list partly because of its prime location for access to major interstate highways and its air cargo infrastructure.

Top 5 Markets for Dynamic Warehousing Demand

FLEXE

</p> <p>We’re seeing the highest demand in these cities and metros:</p> <p><strong>#1 Cleveland, OH:</strong></p> <p>With its award-winning port, superior access to interstate highways and highly ranked distribution infrastructure, the Cleveland Ohio area apparently has a lot of appeal for companies requiring warehouse space in the upper mid-west.

Which States are Making the Grade in Logistics?

Material Handling & Logistics

Content Summary: Kentucky ranks 3rd in the nation in total air cargo shipments. Content Summary: Maritime commerce in Cleveland produces over $3.5 The Port brings over 13-million tons of cargo through the Cleveland Harbor, resulting in $3.5 by cargo.