ELD Mandate Law Enforcement Grace Period Is Almost Over

The three-month law enforcement grace period for trucks to be equipped with electronic logging devices is almost over. As of April 1, drivers caught without ELDs are due to be placed out of service for 10 hours, and may have points added to their Compliance, Safety, Accountability program scores, or could even be assessed a civil fine.

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Freightos survey says forwarders are running out of time to modernize

Freight forwarders have come a long way toward adopting digital processes over the last three years in anticipation of the e-commerce revolution, but time is rapidly running out for the laggards that have not yet embraced digitalization. A recent study conducted by Forrester Research for online logistics firm Freightos said some forwarders may be out of business with in the next decade if they do not focus on immediate customer needs.

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Schiphol’s head of cargo talks mergers, slots and new challenges

Schiphol Airport’s decision to merge its cargo department with its aviation marketing division took many in the industry by surprise, given its support for the development of its freight business over the past few years. However, Schiphol head of cargo Jonas van Stekelenburg points out this is not the first time the two departments have been merged: they have been combined twice in the past 30 years and twice they have separated again.

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Suez Canal resumes activities after stability of weather

Suez Canal ports reopened and maritime activities were resumed on Thursday after the weather conditions improved. Villages and towns of Kafr El-Sheikh governorate, particularly those overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, witnessed severe winds on Thursday, which lead to the closure of El Brols port.

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Containership and Bulk Carrier Collide in Denmark’s Great Belt

Maritime authorities in Denmark are investigation a collision between a containership and a bulk carrier in Denmark’s Great Belt, which caused some containers to fall into the water. Seven containers are reported to have been lost from the containership. At least some of the containers have been recovered.

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Complete Sacramento Office Installation Moving Solutions

Moving isn’t ever any fun, but it’s even less fun if you’re
dealing with an office move. There is a lot more stuff and a lot more people
involved, not to mention, it’s more important than ever to stick to a budget
and reduce downtime. Unfortunately, not all movers make it easy. Some movers make
you…

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