Containers

Containers can be stacked or shipped, on the road or rail.

Containers can be stacked or shipped, on the road or rail. A standard shipping container is 40ft. in length, but sizes can range from 20ft. to 53ft. in length!

See the latest below:

February 23, 2021

Global Supply Chain: Amid a Rash of Lost Containers at Sea, the Physics of Why the Boxes Go in the Drink (scdigest.com)

February 19, 2021

260 containers lost, 65 damaged in Maersk Eindhoven at-sea mishap – FreightWaves

February 18, 2021

Shipper, trucker groups applaud FMC on ‘strongest step’ to demand container information from carriers | Supply Chain Dive

February 17, 2021

Chinese factories won’t build enough boxes to save US shippers (freightwaves.com)

February 16, 2021

4 charts show the effects of West Coast port congestion and supply chain delays | Supply Chain Dive

February 15, 2021

FBX Report: February 15, 2021 – FreightWaves

February 12, 2021

Containerization pioneer Chris Kritikos dies at 95 – FreightWaves

February 10, 2021

Viewpoint: Container congestion may now impact Easter – FreightWaves

February 4, 2021

Turmoil in the Transpacific Container Trades: Is There Relief for Shippers? | 2021-02-04 | SupplyChainBrain

Ocean container losses topple annual average in 2 months – FreightWaves

February 3, 2021

War of words escalates as exporters scramble for scarce containers (freightwaves.com)

Why the empty container math doesn’t add up in US exporters’ favor | Supply Chain Dive

February 2, 2021

Importers face massive hike in ocean contract costs – FreightWaves

January 28, 2021

Commentary: Breaking the backbone of trade – FreightWaves

January 27, 2021

Is Lunar New Year the turning point for equipment shortages? | Supply Chain Dive

January 25, 2021

Shipping Container Crunch Shows Signs of Easing, Index Shows | Transport Topics (ttnews.com)

January 20, 2021

Port of LA will pay container terminals for efficiency gains – FreightWaves

January 17, 2021

Data reveals unprecedented nature of US import surge – FreightWaves

January 13, 2021

Inside California’s colossal container-ship traffic jam – FreightWaves

January 4, 2021

FBX Report: January 4, 2021 – FreightWaves

December 24, 2020

For container lines and ports, what a difference a year makes| DC Velocity

December 17, 2020

Daily Infographic: The ISO Shipping Container – FreightWaves

November 17, 2020

FBX Report: November 16, 2020 | FreightWaves.com

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