Kuehne + Nagel is buying customs broker and logistics provider Farrow to expand its customs capabilities in North America
Members of the United Auto Workers union (UAW) have ratified the tentative deals with GM, Ford and Stellantis following weeks of strikes against the Detroit Big Three, but an expert warned the damage may already be done for some suppliers.
Stellantis production in North America was hit by a cyberattack against its parts supplier Yanfeng International Automotive Technology last week.
Lisa Kline was appointed as vice president of planning and logistics for Subaru of America this year, and plans to lead the team to more success through a balanced logistics and distribution network.
Georgia Port Authority is investing $262m in infrastructure improvements and building in more capacity to make Brunswick port the biggest ro-ro handler in the US
The drought that is impacting shipping logistics on the Panama Canal is set to continue for the rest of the year and into early 2024, according to meteorologists and logistics experts, but container shipping is less likely to be affected than other shipping modes.
Global logistics operator DP World has bought vehicle containerisation expert CFR Rinkens to enhance is vehicle containerisation offering
Expert panellists at the Automotive Logistics & Supply Chain Global 2023 conference explained current FVL capacity woes, mitigation strategies and why the issue will not be resolved any time soon.
Electric truckmaker Volta Trucks has been forced to declare bankruptcy following the collapse of its battery supplier Proterra earlier this year
BMW’s efforts to localise the electric vehicle supply chain in North America took a step forward this week, with the announcement of a new deal between Umicore and AESC
Christopher Ludwig, Editor-in-Chief, Automotive Logistics gives us the rundown of day two at Automotive Logistics & Supply Chain Global 2023, from the Ryder Gala Dinner at the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan.
Christopher Ludwig, Editor-in-Chief, Automotive Logistics sits on the Red Sofa for a final time as we wrap up Automotive Logistics & Supply Chain Global 2023 in Dearborn, Michigan.
Christopher Ludwig, Editor-in-Chief, Automotive Logistics is at the welcoming night of Automotive Logistics & Supply Chain Global 2023 at the Welcome Drinks Reception, sponsored by Kuehne+Nagel, as delegates get excited about the coming days at the conference.
Stellantis and Samsung SDI have announced that their joint venture StarPlus Energy will build its second US gigafactory in Kokomo, Indiana
LG Energy will move battery modules from its forthoming facility in Michigan to Toyota’s Kentucky plant for electric SUV production beginning in 2025
Jack Cooper is seeing rapid growth in demand for its vehicle haulage services in Mexico, according to executive chairperson, Sarah Amico.
Panellists at Automotive Logistics & Supply Chain Global 2023 conference revealed the issues they face with unpredictability and the resulting logistics network challenges.
Insourcing and localising are some of the ways that BMW Spartanburg is staying flexible and lean while growing, according to Oliver Bilstein, vice-president of Logistics and Production Control, BMW Manufacturing.
The switch to EV production demands greater collaboration between the inbound, outbound and service parts logistics sectors