This Week In Global Logistics

This Week In Global Logistics

Trucker Strike at Port Metro Vancouver – Truck drivers have gone on strike and withdrawn their services from Port Metro Vancouver, Canada’s busiest port. Truckers are demanding standardized rates of pay across the trucking sector to prevent undercutting and to reduce...
This Week In Global Logistics

This Week In Global Logistics

Australia Leads Trade in Services Agreement – Australia is leading negotiations on a services-only free trade agreement with the United States and the European Union known as the Trade in Services Agreement (TiSA). Since discussions began in 2013, participation in the...
This Week In Global Logistics

This Week In Global Logistics

New Container Terminal at Port Klang – Port Klang’s proposed container terminal will have a capacity of 30 million TEUs a year, double the port’s current capacity. The third container terminal is meant to improve the port’s rankings as one of the world’s leading port...
This Week In Global Logistics

This Week In Global Logistics

Panama Canal Expansion Will Resume – The Panama Canal Authority has reached an agreement with their construction consortium, resuming work after a month-long suspension. Under the agreement, the authority agreed to pay $36.8 million for cost overruns. However, there...