FreightWaves Classics: Port of Jacksonville is building for the future

The Supply Chain Journal

Compared to most ports in the United States – particularly the ports along the Eastern Seaboard – the Jacksonville Port Authority (JAXPORT) is a relatively new entity. Therefore, the port uses the phrase “Jacksonville: America’s First Port.” Naval Air Station Jacksonville.

JAXPORT’s container and vehicle volumes ‘strong’ fiscal year-to-date

The Supply Chain Journal

Container and vehicle volumes at the port in Jacksonville, Florida, have been “strong” fiscal year-to-date, with vehicle volumes nearing pre-pandemic levels. American Shipper Container News Rail container shipping Jacksonville Jacksonville Port Authority JAXport Port of Jacksonville vehicles

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Southeast ports and carriers agree to upgrade chassis pool

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Port officials in Savannah, Georgia; Jacksonville, Florida; and Wilmington, North Carolina, along with the Ocean Carrier Equipment Management Association, have signed an agreement to upgrade and expand the South Atlantic Chassis Pool (SACP).

Florida’s JAXPORT boasts record container volumes in May

The Supply Chain Journal

May was a record month for container volumes at JAXPORT , the Florida port serving the greater Jacksonville area and beyond. American Shipper Container News Rail automotive supply chain container shipping Florida Florida ports Jacksonville Port Authority JAXport

Supply Chain Cartoon Caption Winners for Nov. 8, 2016 Contest

Supply Chain Digest

Melinda Scott of Jacksonville, FL and Murillo Xavier Take Home the Prize

This Week in Logistics News (January 20 – 26)

Logistics Viewpoints

In yet another impressive comeback, the New England Patriots topped the Jacksonville Jaguars 24-20 in the AFC title game to move on to their 10th Super Bowl, and 8th in the Belichick – Brady era. They will meet the Philadelphia Eagles, who crushed the Minnesota Vikings 38-7 in the NFC title game, a week from Sunday in Minneapolis, MN. Logistically, hosting the Super Bowl is no easy feat, given everything that goes into it. The […].

9 logistics companies named to Inc.’s Best Workplaces

The Supply Chain Journal

Trailer Bridge (Jacksonville, Florida) — A logistics management firm with land, air, rail and sea operations throughout North America. Nine logistics companies were recognized on Inc. magazine’s sixth annual list of Best Workplaces.

What is the Ship Recycling Transparency Initiative?

The Supply Chain Journal

Jacksonville, Florida-based Crowley joins initiative. Building vessels to haul large loads of freight across the world’s oceans for years requires extensive time, materials, labor and energy. Once these vessels are retired, what happens to them?

CSX wants to grow headcount so it can grow network capacity

The Supply Chain Journal

Jacksonville, Florida-based CSX needs to examine its hiring practices on a long-term basis to ensure that there will be qualified applicants down the pipeline, according to Foote.

Striking out on your own as a freight agent ー Put That Coffee Down

The Supply Chain Journal

Based in Chicago and Jacksonville, they offer unrestricted access to almost all accounts, limitless territory, and a chance to be a key player in a growing company. Surge Transportation is the fastest growing 3PL in the logistics space today.

The value of brokerage in a digital world — Put That Coffee Down

The Supply Chain Journal

Based in Chicago and Jacksonville, they offer unrestricted access to almost all accounts, limitless territory, and a chance to be a key player in a growing company. Surge Transportation is the fastest growing 3PL in the logistics space today.

Hurricane Matthew: What You Need to Know

Elementum

Today, the Category-3 is headed for Jacksonville, Georgia, South and North Carolina. Orlando and Jacksonville airports are closed; Miami is open but hundreds of flights have been cancelled. Hurricane Matthew has wreaked havoc throughout the Caribbean and along Florida’s coast. The Flooding, high winds, and serious rainfall have killed over 280 people in Haiti, and one in Florida. 600,000 residences and businesses in Florida have lost power.

Among Piers: Container record, terminal opening and COVID-19 vaccines

The Supply Chain Journal

Maritime workers in Jacksonville, Florida, had the opportunity to receive COVID-19 vaccinations last week at mobile clinics hosted by JAXPORT. JAXPORT also recently announced that Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry has appointed Bradley S. Port Houston.

Crowley gifts $2.5M to University of North Florida for transportation, logistics

The Supply Chain Journal

UNF’s Coggin College of Business will house the Crowley Center for Transportation and Logistics (CCTL) on the campus in Jacksonville, where the company is based. Maritime and supply chain service provider Crowley Maritime Corp. announced on Friday it has established a $2.5

The Stockout: Oatly shares soar upon going public

The Supply Chain Journal

Louis to Jacksonville, Florida lane that is typically dominated by truckload. Louis to Jacksonville lane, indicating that Unilever is ahead of most of the CPG industry by utilizing rail intermodal in a lane with little density.

Hurdles to hiring — Put That Coffee Down

The Supply Chain Journal

Based in Chicago and Jacksonville, they offer unrestricted access to almost all accounts, limitless territory, and a chance to be a key player in a growing company. This episode is sponsored by Surge Transportation. Surge Transportation is the fastest growing 3PL in the logistics space today.

The Logistics of Customer Experience with Scott Perry

The Logistics of Logistics

From humble beginnings in 1919 as a moving company in Jacksonville, Florida, The company has grown into a $600-million global transportation, relocation management and logistics company, serving 180 countries with 2,000 employees around the globe.

Hurricane Michael halts shipments

DAT Solutions

Road closures halted shipments on major trade routes like I-10 between Houston, New Orleans and Jacksonville , and I-75 up from Florida to Atlanta. Once again, the supply chains were dealt a major disruption last week from Mother Nature. With Hurricane Florence, the advanced warning allowed businesses to plan ahead, reschedule shipments and reposition their trucks. Hurricane Michael, on the other hand, went from a tropical depression to a Category 4 storm in just two days.

Port restrictions remain as Elsa nears Florida landfall

The Supply Chain Journal

The ports of Jacksonville and Fernandina, Florida, are under port condition Yankee. Vessels bound for the ports of Fernandina or Jacksonville that are unable to depart eight hours prior to threatening winds making landfall are advised to seek an alternate destination.

Customer Advisory – Hurricane Michael

CH Robinson Logistics

Jacksonville. The Port of Jacksonville remains at Port Condition WHISKEY and all gates remain open. Current as of October 11, 2018. Hurricane Michael made landfall on the Florida Panhandle yesterday as a Category 4 storm and continues to move across Georgia and into the Carolina’s. The region is experiencing extensive flooding from storm surges and rainfall. 900,000 homes and businesses are experiencing power outages in Florida and Georgia.

Supply Chain Risk Management: Could You Face a Category 4 Supply Chain Disaster?

Kinaxis

Going up the coast in Jacksonville, FL, there is a huge port that receives the second-most automobiles in the US along with all types of cargo. by Joe Cannata With Hurricane Matthew, the most powerful storm to threaten the Atlantic Coast in over 10 years that has already brought severe damage to Haiti, the Bahamas and several Southeastern U.S. states, obvious disruptions to supply chains and supply chain risk management were a given.

Outbound Logistics

LeanCor

I learned that this expedited rail service, a unit train that never gets split up during its journey, can leave Delano, CA and reach Rotterdam, NY or Jacksonville, FL in 5 days. Outbound Logistics: Think Outside of the Trailer. By Susie Sterling, Supply Chain Solutions Director at LeanCor. Shipping Produce via Rail Can Be Lean. To facilitate a lean fulfillment stream for our outbound logistics customers, we strive to achieve the perfect order.

Chemicals shippers relay rail service woes to regulators

The Supply Chain Journal

Although the service issues are widespread and have occurred on many Class I railroads, the major issues are concentrated in the Gulf Coast and Southeast, with issues at Atlanta; Mobile, Alabama; Jacksonville, Florida; and the New Orleans interchange with western carriers, according to Jahn.

The failure of routing guides — Put That Coffee Down

The Supply Chain Journal

Based in Chicago and Jacksonville, they offer unrestricted access to almost all accounts, limitless territory, and a chance to be a key player in a growing company. Surge Transportation is the fastest growing 3PL in the logistics space today.

Building a sustainable book of business — Put That Coffee Down

The Supply Chain Journal

Based in Chicago and Jacksonville, they offer unrestricted access to almost all accounts, limitless territory, and a chance to be a key player in a growing company. This show is sponsored by Surge Transportation. Surge Transportation is the fastest growing 3PL in the logistics space today.

So you want to start a freight brokerage — Put That Coffee Down

The Supply Chain Journal

Based in Chicago and Jacksonville, they offer unrestricted access to almost all accounts, limitless territory, and a chance to be a key player in a growing company. PTCD is sponsored by Surge Transportation. Surge Transportation is the fastest growing 3PL in the logistics space today.

Automating the sales process — Put That Coffee Down

The Supply Chain Journal

Based in Chicago and Jacksonville, they offer unrestricted access to almost all accounts, limitless territory, and a chance to be a key player in a growing company. This podcast is sponsored by Surge Transportation. Surge Transportation is the fastest growing 3PL in the logistics space today.

The long game of sales — Put That Coffee Down

The Supply Chain Journal

Based in Chicago and Jacksonville, they offer unrestricted access to almost all accounts, limitless territory, and a chance to be a key player in a growing company. This podcast is brought to you by Surge Transportation.

Avoiding freight disasters — Put That Coffee Down

The Supply Chain Journal

Based in Chicago and Jacksonville, they offer unrestricted access to almost all accounts, limitless territory, and a chance to be a key player in a growing company. This podcast is sponsored by Surge Transportation. Surge Transportation is the fastest growing 3PL in the logistics space today.

Lead generation is all about the hustle — Put That Coffee Down

The Supply Chain Journal

Based in Chicago and Jacksonville, they offer unrestricted access to almost all accounts, limitless territory, and a chance to be a key player in a growing company. Put That Coffee Down is sponsored by Surge Transportation.

8 seconds to sales success — Put That Coffee Down

The Supply Chain Journal

Based in Chicago and Jacksonville, they offer unrestricted access to almost all accounts, limitless territory, and a chance to be a key player in a growing company. This episode is sponsored by Surge Transportation. Surge Transportation is the fastest growing 3PL in the logistics space today.

Supply Chain and Logistics Conferences to Attend in 2015

Talking Logistics

The Logistics & Supply Chain Forum , May 31 – June 1 in Jacksonville, FL and November 1-3 in Scottsdale, AZ. Last January, I shared 5 New Year’s Resolutions for supply chain and logistics executives to improve as leaders. Of the five resolutions, the one you should always recommit yourself to every year is “Make the time for learning — and teaching.”

Playing to your sales strengths — Put That Coffee Down

The Supply Chain Journal

Based in Chicago and Jacksonville, they offer unrestricted access to almost all accounts, limitless territory, and a chance to be a key player in a growing company. This episode of Put That Coffee Down is sponsored by Surge Transportation.

FreightWaves Classics: Crowley Maritime Corporation… from a single rowboat to a global leader

The Supply Chain Journal

owned and operated logistics, government, marine and energy solutions company headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida. Crowley began a weekly roll on/roll (RO/RO) cargo service between Miami and Jacksonville, Florida, and San Juan, Puerto Rico, as well as from the U.S.

Landstar rolls through Q2 ahead of raised expectations

The Supply Chain Journal

The Jacksonville, Florida-based company posted $2.40 Freight broker Landstar System ( NASDAQ: LSTR ) reported record quarterly revenue and net income for the 2021 second quarter Wednesday after the market close.