SCLAA celebrates industry with 60th annual ASCLA Awards

After a tumultuous couple of years for the supply chain and logistics industry, SCLAA recently held its 60th annual Australian Supply Chain & Logistics Awards – long considered the industry’s night of nights. MHD was there to cover this long-awaited and exciting event.  It was a long time in the making but the 60th Annual Australian Supply… Continue reading SCLAA celebrates industry with 60th annual ASCLA Awards

Total Q1 2022 intermodal volume sees annual decline, reports IANA

First quarter 2022 intermodal volumes saw some domestic bright spots but were weighed down by significant trailer and ISO (international) container declines, according to the most recent edition of the Intermodal Quarterly report, which was issued by the Intermodal Association of North America (IANA). For the first quarter, IANA reported that total intermodal volume—at 4,312,905—is… Continue reading Total Q1 2022 intermodal volume sees annual decline, reports IANA

March intermodal volumes see annual and year-to-date declines, reports IANA

March intermodal volumes saw declines, according to data provided to LM by the Intermodal Association of North America (IANA). Total March volume—at 1,580,155 units—saw a 5.5% annual decline. Trailers—at 93,981—fell 15.7% annually. All domestic equipment, which is comprised of trailers and domestic containers, was up 3.0%, to 846,405 units. ISO, or international, containers—at 733,750—dropped 13.7%.… Continue reading March intermodal volumes see annual and year-to-date declines, reports IANA

U.S.-bound shipments and TEU see sequential declines and annual gains, for February, says Panjiva

United States-bound imports and shipments saw sequential declines and annual gains, for the month of February, according to recently issued by global trade intelligence firm Panjiva. Total February U.S.-bound containerized freight imports—at 2,528,809 TEU (Twenty-Foot Equivalent Units)—were down 5.5% compared to January and up 6.9% annually. And for U.S.-bound shipments, Panjiva reported that February shipments—at… Continue reading U.S.-bound shipments and TEU see sequential declines and annual gains, for February, says Panjiva

Intermodal volumes begin 2022 with annual declines, reports IANA

Intermodal volumes began 2022 with across-the-board annual declines, according to data provided to LM by the Intermodal Association of North America (IANA). Total January volume—at 1,385,613—decreased 13.3% annually. Trailers—at 91,135—were down 13.7% compared to January 2021, and domestic containers—at 654,729—slipped 2.6%. All domestic equipment, which is comprised of trailers and domestic containers, were down 4.1%,… Continue reading Intermodal volumes begin 2022 with annual declines, reports IANA