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Canadian Pacific Criticizes CN's Bid for Kansas City Southern
CP says the deal would hurt rail competition throughout the central US and could destabilize the balance between the industry's six largest players.
Railway Bidding Battle: CN Offers $33.7B for Kansas City Southern
The proposal trumps Canadian Pacific's $25 billion cash-and-stock offer sent in March.
Apr 20th, 2021
Massive Ship Freed in Suez Canal
It remains unclear, however, when traffic through the vital maritime artery will return to normal amid a backlog of at least 367 vessels.
Mar 29th, 2021
Kansas City Southern in Talks With 2 Railway Bidders
Apr 27th, 2021
Suez Canal Chief: Vessel Impounded Amid Financial Dispute
Apr 14th, 2021
UPS Explores Helicopter-Plane Combo
Apr 8th, 2021
Crew Evacuated as Cargo Ship at Risk of Sinking
Apr 6th, 2021
Today in Manufacturing Podcast
Today in Manufacturing has a new podcast brought to you by the editors of Industrial Media. In each episode, we discuss the five biggest stories in manufacturing, and the implications they have on the industry moving forward.
Mar 19th, 2021
Experts Examine Bottom of Ever Given
Reports indicate "slight to medium" damage of the vessel that halted traffic in the Suez Canal.
Mar 31st, 2021
Shipping Traffic Jam Grows at Blocked Suez Canal
One salvage expert said freeing the cargo ship, the Ever Given, could take up to a week in the best-case scenario.
Mar 26th, 2021
Stuck Ship Weakens Shipping Worldwide
It's estimated that $9 billion in goods are disrupted each day the Suez Canal is closed.
Mar 25th, 2021
Massive Cargo Ship Blocking Suez Canal
Experts can't recall this ever happening in the canal's 150-year history.
Mar 24th, 2021
Big Railroad Deal Designed to Get Approval
The $25 billion deal could create the first railroad that would link the U.S., Mexico and Canada.
Mar 23rd, 2021
Commercial Truck Electrification Within Reach
But policies are needed to spur widespread adoption.
Mar 16th, 2021
The Future of Warehouse Logistics
2020 proved to be a challenging—and opportunistic—year for the warehousing and logistics industry.
Mar 4th, 2021
Polar Vortex Disrupts Vaccine Deliveries, Distribution
Slippery weather has either led to the closing of vaccination sites outright or held up the necessary shipments, with delays expected to continue for days.
Feb 17th, 2021
Major N95 Producers, Distributors Convene to Boost PPE Supply Chain
Operating under federal antitrust protection, nearly 60 companies are sharing production, distribution and pricing information.
Jan 18th, 2021
Amazon Buys Jets for 1st Time
The e-commerce giant hopes to boost its delivery network and get orders to shoppers faster.
Jan 6th, 2021
What Supply Chain Transportation Networks Learned in 2020
If 2020 taught us anything, it’s that visibility and agility within the transportation network are crucial.
Dec 31st, 2020