Port of Los Angeles Executive Director Gene Seroka revealed how China’s COVID lockdowns have impacted cargo shipments at his port.
Hurricane season is coming up, but some folks in Louisiana are still fighting their insurance companies for payments after last season.
A woman whose son was killed when a tornado hit an Amazon warehouse in Illinois spoke out against the company. Her attorney says workers were threaten that they would be fired if they left that day.
Ohio truck driver Geno DiFabio told "Fox & Friends" about the pressures truck drivers are facing amid soaring diesel costs.
The Labor Department is ordering Amazon to review its practices of how the tech giant responds to severe weather emergencies after deficiencies were found during a probe into the collapse of a company warehouse in Illinois that was hit by a tornado, killing six workers.
Pacific Gas and Electric Co. agreed to a $55 million settlement with six California counties over the devastation brought by the Kincade and Dixie fires, meaning the company escapes criminal probes over its operations.
The chairman of Vietnam’s Vingroup conglomerate said on Saturday that the company’s auto unit, VinFast, would seek financing from the U.S. government to support its expansion with a planned plant in North Carolina.
Companies must now install emergency valves on pipelines to help prevent explosions.
The first lawsuit assigning blame for the wildfire that destroyed over 1,000 homes in suburban Denver has been filed.
On Monday, tornadoes hit parts of Texas and Oklahoma, causing widespread damage, before moving eastward and tearing through New Orleans and its suburbs Tuesday night.
As gas prices soar, finding electric vehicles or hybrids has proven challenging amid the surging demand.
The United States, Canada, European allies, and other countries announced a rash of sanctions against Russia over its invasion of Ukraine, including cutting Russian banks from the SWIFT messaging service, banning Russian aircraft, limiting the business dealings of Russian oligarchs, and other measures that will economically isolate the country.
The Felicity Ace, which was scheduled to arrive in the Port of Davisville, Rhode Island, on Feb. 23, started burning in the Atlantic Ocean on Feb. 16 near the Azores Islands.
Nearly a week after its 22 crew members abandoned ship, the Felicity Ace car carrier is "still assumed to remain on fire drifting south of the Azores Islands in the Atlantic," according to its manager MOL Ship Management.
American truckers are following Canada's lead by organizing a protest against vaccine mandates with the organizer of the U.S. group saying the American convoy aims to represent everyone impacted by the requirements.
A new program is being launched by the Department of Transportation's Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.
Sens. Cynthia Lummis, R-Wyo., and Mark Kelly, D-Ariz., on Wednesday introduced a bill to mitigate supply chain disruptions with trucking industry reforms.
Fraser CEO Raphael Sauleau noted that young Bitcoin investors and technology start-up executives have been major contributors to the boating business boom.
American Trucking Associations President and CEO Chris Spear argued that the slow return to work is “exacerbating the supply chain's ability to meet demand.”
The family of a delivery driver who died last month when a tornado collapsed the central Illinois Amazon facility where he worked filed a wrongful death lawsuit Monday in Madison County.