What is Multimodal Shipping?


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Challenges in Multimodal Shipping Management


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How Shipping Can Help Save The Planet

The Logistics & Supply Chain Management Society

How Shipping Can Help Save The Planet. But to be honest, the shipping industry is as much of a culprit. Meanwhile, reports estimate that shipping contributes 3%, or a staggering 1 billion tonnes of CO2. First of all, the shipping industry today is enormous.

5 Ways to Boost Sustainable Shipping

Multichannel Merchant

The call for sustainable shipping is getting real. Pressure is coming from all sides for companies to adopt more sustainable shipping practices. Here actions you can take now to improve your sustainable shipping. Work Toward a Sustainable Shipping Certification.

The Greener Last Mile

Sustainability is no longer a “nice to have.” It’s a must-have. Consumers can see through brands’ green-washing. Here are the biggest and easiest opportunities for shippers looking to "green up" their shipping footprint.

Shipping stocks hammered as China fears intensify

The Supply Chain Journal

As China goes, so goes ocean shipping. China is pivotal to dry bulk and tanker shipping markets on the demand side and to container shipping on the supply side. Shipping shares plunged along with the rest of the stock market. Dry bulk shipping. Tanker shipping.

The Give and Take of Multi-Carrier Parcel Shipping Technology

Logistics Viewpoints

Multi-carrier parcel shipping technology empowers fulfillment teams. Multi-carrier parcel shipping technology gives merchants the functionality they need to roll out these offerings and better serve customers. Omni-channel logistics multi-carrier parcel shipping

How to Ship Heavy Equipment!

Supply Chain Game Changer

If you work in the heavy equipment industry, there comes a time when you might need to ship large machinery. Heavy machinery shipping companies work professionally to ensure that your cargo is safe and gets to its destination on time. Understand Different Shipping Methods.

More container ships score ‘astronomical’ $100,000/day rates

The Supply Chain Journal

Multi-month container-ship charters continue to be signed at jaw-dropping rates above $100,000 per day. For shipping stock traders, what happens two years from now doesn’t matter. He cited a ship of the same size as the CO OSAKA getting $90,000 per day in recent weeks.

Truckload Shipping Seasons

Freight Center

In the freight shipping and logistics industry, there are different seasons, so to speak. Understanding truckload shipping seasons can help you optimize your supply chain and plan ahead for busier months when capacity is tighter. Freight Shipping & Logistics Truckload Shipping

How much do shoppers care about eco-friendly shipping?

Sifted ran a survey to determine consumer attitudes towards eco-friendly shipping and packaging. We gained valuable insight into how it affects buying decisions, if they'll pay more for eco-friendly shipping, and much more.

As shipping prospects rise, field of shipping stocks shrinks

The Supply Chain Journal

A perennial complaint about shipping stocks is that there are way too many of them and they’re way too small. The good news for ‘bigger and fewer’ proponents is that the number of shipping stocks is indeed shrinking. Consolidation is one way to reduce the number of shipping stocks.

Dry bulk shipping rates hit $80,000 per day as buyers scramble for coal

The Supply Chain Journal

Yet another sign of stress for energy supplies and global supply chains: Spot rates for large dry cargo ships just topped $80,000 per day for the first time since 2009, and freight derivatives for the fourth quarter — a period when rates for these vessels normally pull back — just spiked.

What is the Ship Recycling Transparency Initiative?

The Supply Chain Journal

Two of the worst ship recycling practices are using manual labor instead of automation and releasing parts of ships into the tidal zone, according to Andrew Stephens, Sustainable Shipping Initiative (SSI) executive director. Ship recycling is an end-of-life industry.

Inflation alert: Container ship owners see boom through 2022

The Supply Chain Journal

Unprecedented demand for container ships will not end anytime soon, according to executives of companies that rent vessels to ocean carriers. Managers of container-ship leasing companies (so-called tonnage providers) spoke during Capital Link’s New York Maritime Forum on Wednesday.

Smarter Networks for Customer Fulfillment

Speaker: Hannah Testani, COO, Intelligent Audit

You've probably noticed that shipping costs are going up. Have you ever wondered if your transportation spend is as optimized as it could be? It's 2019, and consumers are expecting shipping to be cheap and quick, but that can turn into a real headache from the shipper's side of the equation if you don't make the appropriate changes. But what changes do you even need to make? Join Hannah Testani, COO of Intelligent Audit, as she takes us through the reasons why your shipping could cost so much, and how to use big data and digital transformation to move the needle on your transportation spend.

China bulker pileup dwarfs California container-ship gridlock

The Supply Chain Journal

But there’s another massive shipping traffic jam out there, one that’s holding up even more cargo. This other, less-publicized tale of seaborne gridlock is set in China and it’s not about container ships, it’s about dry bulk carriers.

Container ship scores ‘off the charts,’ ‘fantasy’ charter rate: $135,000/day

The Supply Chain Journal

In a sign of just how frenzied the container market has become, a freight forwarder is reportedly paying $135,000 per day for a short-term charter of the S Santiago, a 15-year-old container ship with a capacity of 5,060 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs). What this means for ship lessors.

Navigating the Wave of Ocean Shipping Constraints

Talking Logistics

Read more Navigating the Wave of Ocean Shipping Constraints. The post Navigating the Wave of Ocean Shipping Constraints appeared first on Talking Logistics with Adrian Gonzalez. Episode Highlights Transportation Management logistics Mollie Bailey ocean shipping Transplace

A cruel summer for shipping stocks as tide turns

The Supply Chain Journal

But container shipping and dry bulk stocks? Container shipping remains at an all-time high. And yet, shipping stocks have fallen across the board for the past three weeks. Stock pricing has fallen in “pretty much the entire shipping universe, regardless of subsector.

Key Questions for a Successful Distribution Network

Speaker: Irina Rosca, Director of Supply Chain Operations, Helix

As we plan for the world of eCommerce and the customer expectation of quick, free shipping, our ability to forecast is turned on its head. How many distribution centers do we even need, and is that number feasible?

How to Pack and Ship for Temperature-Controlled Shipping

Freight Center

Whether it’s really cold or hotter than the hinges, temperature-controlled shipping plays a vital role in the supply chain. Let’s go over some tips on how to pack and ship for temperature-controlled shipping. Freight Shipping & Logistics LTL Shipping Freight Preparation

Ship values are soaring amid secondhand sales ‘frenzy’

The Supply Chain Journal

Chalk up yet another record for ocean shipping. It’s not just container ships. The higher ship prices go, the higher the shipowner’s net asset value (NAV, the market-adjusted value of the fleet and other assets, minus liabilities). Mediterranean Shipping Co.

Why Containerised Freight Shipping is Daunting for SMEs

Logistics Bureau

However, freight shipping is the one activity that presents significant barriers to overseas-market entry, as you may have discovered if your business is starting to look across international borders for its next step in expansion. Container Shipping Can be Tough for SMEs.

Power crisis deepens in Asia and Europe: What it means to shipping

The Supply Chain Journal

How could this affect ocean shipping? For commodity shipping — dry bulk, liquefied natural gas (LNG) and possibly oil tankers — it’s a recipe for higher rates. Container shipping. Dry bulk shipping. LNG shipping. Tanker shipping.

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What Happens When Machine Learning Meets Ocean Shipping?

Read how Unilever developed a first-of-its-kind digital Control Tower with ClearMetal that provides extremely accurate real-time visibility across their sea freight operations.

Shipping During Hurricane Season

Freight Center

As we know, when it comes to keeping your small business shipping smoothly, it’s important to have a plan, including a disaster recovery plan. Here are some tips for shipping during hurricane season to help you protect your shipments and make sure your customers’ needs are met.

Global shipping congestion calls for greater visibility

The Supply Chain Journal

As the global shipping community wades further into a digital environment, reliance upon visibility tools has reached new heights. Capacity has just about reached its limit on the global stage as shippers and importers continue to brave exorbitant rates and ever-increasing tightness.

How much do shipping CEOs make? (Here’s their pay info)

The Supply Chain Journal

Shipping magnates don’t pervade the billionaire ranks like they did in the days of Aristotle Onassis. Yet ocean shipping is still big business and the CEOs overseeing the fleets are high earners. So, how much do shipping CEOs actually make? Liner shipping. Cruise shipping.

Yet another worry: Price of ship fuel is now highest since 2014

The Supply Chain Journal

That’s bad news for ship operators on the cost side, and, in the container business, yet another headache for cargo shippers. All ship categories, not just tankers, are taking a cost hit. Chart: American Shipper based on data from Ship & Bunker. Impact to container shipping.

Industry 4.0: Are You Ready?

The supply chain is moving towards automation - and even awareness - that will change how products are ordered, manufactured, shipped and consumed. Are you ready?

Battle of the shipping booms: Containers ‘21 vs dry bulk ‘07-‘08

The Supply Chain Journal

Container shipping is in uncharted territory. But as any shipping long-timer will tell you, there has indeed been a crazy boom like this in another sector: dry bulk circa 2007-2008. It’s worth a look back at this earlier shipping mega-spike.

Container sector is so hot that ships rent for $200,000/day

The Supply Chain Journal

To rent a 12-year-old container ship for a mere three months, it could cost you a lot more than that: as much as 68 new Ferraris. A classic Panamax is a container ship with capacity of 4,000-5,000 TEUs.). Its upcoming charter will cover 67%-80% of the 19-year-old ship’s value.

Ship game

The Supply Chain Journal

On today’s episode Dooner and The Dude are talking to Xeneta CEO and co-founder Patrik Berglund about the data behind the shipping crisis. How long will shippers be battling one another for capacity like contestants in a Squid Game?

Record shattered: 61 container ships stuck waiting off California

The Supply Chain Journal

The number of container ships at anchor or drifting in San Pedro Bay off the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach has now blown through all previous records and is rising by the day. While designated anchorages are limited, the space for ships to safely drift offshore is not.

Port Congestion Shines Light on Visibility Gaps

This report, built from extensive survey data from a myriad of shippers and logistics providers, shines light on visibility gaps that have contributed to the current crisis of port congestion.