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Soren to move into new space

Soren, a Cypress, Texas-based third party logistics company, broke ground on its new building at the end of 2018 and is expecting its completion in early October.

Total Quality Logistics finds growth in contract business

Cincinnati-based Total Quality Logistics is seeing growth in contract business with produce shippers, company leaders said.

Produce shipments, truck rates down so far in 2019

It’s been a softer year for both truck rates and fruit and vegetable shipments.

Annual 3PL-cold storage list recognizes TransKool

Global food supply chain magazine Food Logistics has named TransKool Solutions to its 2019 Top 3PL & Cold Storage Providers list.

Truck rates stable in mid-August

Spot shortages of refrigerated produce trucks were noted in the Midwest states in mid-August, but most growing regions reported adequate supply.

Proposed changes help truckers deal with delays in loading, unloading

Opening the door for truckers to go “off the clock” for up to three hours when faced with delays in loading or unloading, new proposed rules on hours of service regulations have been introduced.

Industry gets an earful on truck detention times

Produce shippers and receivers, cover your ears.

Port of Oakland operational updates

The Port of Oakland in Oakland, Calif., reported Aug. 6 cargo is moving the annual August-November cargo rush effectively.

Allen Lund Co. promotes 2 in Michigan office

The Allen Lund Co., La Canada Flintridge, Calif., has promoted Leonora Winegar and Jeff Kleyn in the company’s Grand Rapids, Mich., office.

Agency seeks to clarify ag exemptions for hours of service regulation

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration will take comments until Sept. 27 on a new effort to create a clearer definition of “agricultural commodities” in its hours-of-service regulations.