U.S. and Chinese officials are planning to discuss a logistics partnership that would involve the sharing of resources for humanitarian assistance, disaster response, and counter-piracy missions. The invitation to discuss these possibilities in 2013 was extended by the United States to Chinese logistics professionals. This would be the first logistics cooperation agreement between the two […]
The budget sequestration has been a major topic of conversation since it took effect on March 1st, 2013. Many industries are seeing the effects of the budget sequestration and the logistics industry is no exception. U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has sent out a letter outlining the changes that the transportation industry will be […]
Anthony Foxx has been nominated to be the successor to current Department of Transportation (DOT) Secretary Ray LaHood. Foxx is currently the mayor of Charlotte, N.C. since 2009 and is a lawyer by training. He also was a member of the Charlotte of City Council since 2005 prior to be elected mayor. Currently Anthony Foxx […]
There is cooperation between Congress & U.S. DOT to put more resources towards a national freight plan. There is a need for better strategy in the movement of goods since the current situation is quite fragmented and not as efficient as it should be. MAP-21 has mandated that U.S. DOT work on a strategic plan […]
The horror of the Washington bridge collapse (the I-5 Skagit river bridge) was displayed all across the news when it occurred about a month ago, and on June 19th a temporary bridge was reopened. This event put a clear picture of what could and will happen if problematic roads and bridges go without repair. In […]
The Federal Motor Carrier Administration has a Ticketing Aggressive Cars and Trucks program, which is using educational approaches as well as high-visibility enforcement to try to reduce crashes involving trucks. Indiana and Washington are two states who have adopted this program and are making strides in targeting dangerous driving in regards to four-wheelers and semis. […]
As reported in recent PNG Logistics Blog posts, on July 14, 2016, the National Motor Freight Traffic Association (NMFTA) issued a supplement to the National Motor Freight Classification (NMFC) to become effective on August 13, 2016. The supplement was to publish a revised Uniform Straight Bill of Lading. These recent changes, approved by the NMFTA, […]
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