New Rail Hub in Port Everglades Boosts Freight by 26 Percent

Despite calls for freight rail reform because freight rails have doubled since the year 2001, freight on the port rail line in Port Everglades, Florida, is booming. The increase—which totals 26 percent—is due to the construction of a new port-rail hub that opened in July of 2014. The hub has… Read More »

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Changes to Freight Rules Recommended by National Research Council

In a new report released by the National Research Council’s Transportation Research Board, the Board suggests that federal regulations regarding the freight railroad industry are out-of-date and should be updated. Specifically, the report refers to current policies that are designed to help keep railway rates affordable for shippers who have… Read More »

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Piracy Then and Now

Modern Privacy: A History In the late 1600s buccaneers were taken seriously in European nation states such as England, France, and the Netherlands and collectively they were determined to banish the thieves primarily of English and French descent. Although the Governor of France no longer granted letters of marque to… Read More »

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How Containerization Changed Bulk Commodity Trade in the US

The rise of commodity trade between the U.S. and global nations  is due in large part to the ease with which commodity freight can be shipped over land, air, and sea. Once a standard shipping container size, shape, and transfer process was established, the rest is history. Containerization is the… Read More »

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