Shipping has the smallest carbon footprint of any means of moving cargo, but the shipping industry still generates around a billion tons of CO2 annually. Which is why both regulators and the shipping industry are looking for new and innovative ways to go green.
The shipping and logistics industry has long benefited from technological interconnectivity. However, it’s been estimated that the increased efficiency, trackability and machine learning offered by being wired into the Internet of Things can potentially reduce commercial transportation asset and operations management costs by 10 percent.
The global shipping industry is entering into what could be a significant slowdown–and many logistics providers are responding by circling the wagons. Spurred on by the economic and manufacturing slowdown in China and the overall failure of emerging markets to live up to projected growth expectancies, many container shipping lines are turning their attentions toward […]
While the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach process over 14 million containers a year and remain unmatched in terms of sheer volume, new hubs are changing the face of the global logistics and supply chain industry. These hubs are being developed to provide more efficient routing, alleviate already congested ports, and support the […]