Building the Network of Networks

Supply Chain Shaman

There is an active group in Europe and North America. July 16th in North America (current thinking is Charlotte or Chicago. Today, I am facilitating a share group. The dream is the building of Network of Networks.

This Week in Logistics News (February 18-22, 2013)

Talking Logistics

Con-way Truckload and Con-way Multimodal Join Forces to Launch New Intermodal Service for North America. CombineNet and Transplace Extend Partnership in Delivering Advanced Transportation Procurement Solution to North America.

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Spot Market Kept Growing in October

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Van rates barely moved on a majority of the 100 highest-volume lanes last week, but pricing stabilized in Charlotte after some up-and-down weeks following Hurricane Matthew.

Van Rates and Volumes Slip From Seasonal Peak

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Individual markets and lanes also got a rate increase last week, including a handful of lanes originating in Philadelphia, Memphis and Charlotte: Philadelphia saw the biggest jump in average outbound rates, thanks mostly to a couple of lanes to other destinations within the Northeast.

BVL Carolinas Chapter is Launched: More than 100 participants at Volvo in Greensboro.

Supply Chain View from the Field

The move by BVL to create the chapter in the Carolinas is not only a recognition of the area as a supply chain hub but also a move to expand the organization’s footprint into North America.

Spot market demand heats up out West

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Volumes were also up from other markets with seaports, including Stockton and Los Angeles – which is home to the two biggest ports in North America. Back East (and not a seaport) Buffalo to Charlotte bumped up 10¢ to $2.25/mi.

September Van and Reefer Trends Stay Strong After Labor Day

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Outbound rates were down in Buffalo, and a couple inbound lanes also paid less: The lane from Charlotte was down 28¢ to $1.90/mile. Rates are based on DAT RateView , with $28 billion in lane rates, updated daily, for 65,000 point-to-point lanes across North America.

Hurricane Matthew Affects Spot Rates and Freight Volumes

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Inbound rates could rise in hard-hit areas like North Carolina this week. Reefer load posts spiked in Charlotte last week ahead of Hurricane Matthew. Rates are based on DAT RateView , with $28 billion in lane rates, updated daily, for 65,000 point-to-point lanes across North America.

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Van and Reefer Load Volumes Rise, as Flatbeds Falter

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VAN TRENDS: Oregon and North Dakota are showing as dark red on the Hot States map above, due to a relative shortage of trucks, but there aren't necessarily a lot of loads available in either state. HOT ROUND TRIP: Savannah to Charlotte and back, 500 miles at $2.57.

Cargo Ship Woes Still Affecting Spot Market Rates

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Rates fell the most out of Allentown , PA, and Charlotte , but Hurricane Matthew could affect rates there this week. Rates are based on DAT RateView , with $28 billion in lane rates, updated daily, for 65,000 point-to-point lanes across North America.