For hundreds of years, the ocean carriers have held the cards, but 2022 may just be the year to balance the scales. So far this year, we have seen the passage of the Ocean Shipping Reform Act (OSRA) by the US Congress, the passage of AB2406 by the California legislature, the assessment of fines by the Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) upon the ocean carriers for unfair business practices, and up next the contemplation by the FMC to declare an emergency order to share data among industry stakeholders as well as define what is considered unreasonable rejection of export cargo.

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In the 2020's, we saw the expansion and upgrade of our electric yard goat fleet. The yard goat is the perfect application for electrification. Goats operate in a closed, dense circuit amplifying their environmental benefits. They have easy access to electricity with...


We like Halloween at Devine. We dress up and laugh at each other and ourselves. Heck, you have to be a little bit crazy to be in logistics, and we let our crazy show on Halloween. This year, we saw a Piñata, Beer Pong, Crazy Cat Ladies, Pregnant Skeleton, Mary Poppins...


SSA Terminal in Oakland has announced it will increase the Extended Hour Gate Fee from $35 to $40 effective January 1, 2024. The terminal cites rising operational and labor costs as the reason for the increase.


A recent research study shows congestion on US highways cost the trucking industry $94.6B in added costs, 1.27B hours of lost productivity and 6.7B gallons of wasted fuel. WOW!


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