A newly proposed bill would allow drivers under 21-years old to move freight from ports, and the U.S. DOT expected to issue a joint proposal regarding automatic emergency braking systems on heavy-duty trucks.
Once a product arrives in port, it’s imperative that the ocean containers get off the ship and onto a truck or train for their inland move. Shippers using a one-port strategy have an increased likelihood of that freight being delayed by disturbances.
When its primary carrier dropped its business, a tire manufacturer was left scrambling to transport raw materials from the Port of New Orleans to manufacturing plants throughout the country. Read more.
A retailer specializing in imported home furnishings and décor realized that a loose delivery schedule was affecting its bottom line and decided to investigate how a Dedicated Intermodal dray solution could help it get products into stores earlier
In this video, Jeff Schimmel, Schneider Port Logistics, answers this frequently asked transportation and logistics question, "What exactly is the difference between Door and Container Yard (CY) drayage moves?"
When a retailer needed a new storage and shipping solution that guaranteed timely delivery of ordered items, Schneider coordinated a time-sensitive warehouse and fulfillment operation for its customer.
A global medical supply and equipment company was steadily expanding its nationwide footprint, which left it with a disjointed supply chain with efficiency gaps. While the company initially set out to make a singular change to its supply chain, it ultimately enacted a series of strategic, more comprehensive improvements to its import supply chain.