HANJIN SHIPPING BANKRUPTCY UPDATE
The Hanjin Shipping bankruptcy continues to have worldwide impacts with legal battles over cost and equipment liabilities related to the bankruptcy playing out in the courts. But there is a glimmer of good news on the horizon. Hanjin filed for […]Read more
Volume shipments and how they could reduce your freight costs.
What exactly is a volume shipment? We have all heard of the terms less than truck load and truck load. A volume shipment is somewhere in between the two. This generally happens when you have a shipment of 6 pallets […]Read more
Cutting loses with Effective RMA Programs
As a logistics service provider, most of our clients first come to us looking for savings on their outbound freight but overlook inbound shipments and returns. While it is unfortunate, mistakes do happen. Perhaps the product didn’t meet the specification […]Read more
Are U.S East Coast Ports ready for the Panama Canal expansion?
On June 26th the newly widen Panama Canal opened its third lane that will be used to accommodate larger container ships. The Panama Canal Expansion doubled the capacity of the canal. Along with a new lane, the canal has enlarged […]Read more
BEST PRACTICES IN FREIGHT CLAIMS MANAGEMENT
With the volume of shipments moving through carrier networks damaged or lost shipments will be inevitable. While PNG Logistics Co. utilizes premier carriers and our custom routing reduces the likelihood of a claim, it still happens. Unlike many other companies […]Read more
Cargo diverted from West Coast ports may not return
Over the past few months as congestion and delays grew at West Coast ports, shippers using the West Coast ports began to divert more and more cargo to the East Coast ports in anticipation of a possible port strike and […]Read more