Salesforce, the San Francisco-based leader in CRM, today announced that Maersk Line—a worldwide leader in transportation and logistics, with a fleet of more than 600 vessels that move in excess of 12 million shipping containers each year—is expanding its use of Salesforce
In a highly anticipated meeting the The Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) convened this week in a closed session to receive a briefing on Petition Number P4-16, the petition of the Coalition for Fair Port Practices for rulemaking.
A key House committee with jurisdiction over tax policy is poised to reveal a plan the week of Sept. 25 aimed at overhauling the U.S. tax code.
Uber is taking the co-driver out of its self-driving cars in Pittsburgh as the company rolls out the second generation of its autonomous Volvo SUVs.
Autonomous vehicles are the wave of a rapidly approaching future that is already bringing increasing amounts of “smart” technology to cars and trucks, and could eventually make passengers of everyone in a vehicle.
LONG BEACH, Calif. — Intermodal transportation has rebounded this year after receding in 2016, and analysts forecast that next year also will be strong for the industry.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration earlier this month sent a survey to states asking for detailed information on the extent of delays in commercial driver license skills testing after industry stakeholders complaints that the delays are contributing to a driver shortage and slowing employment start dates for new drivers.
Shipments forecast revised up from the March forecast of a 7.5% increase to 12.5% for 2017.
Equipping large trucks with advanced safety technologies has the potential to prevent up to 63,000 truck-related crashes each year, according to new research from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.