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Gateway Gives Back to Veterans

In April, the US raised a national challenge to house 38,000 actively homeless Veterans during calendar year 2022.   Veteran homelessness inspires action in us all — including our nation’s youth. Students at Summer Creek High School studying architecture and engineering are putting their skills to work, building homes for Veterans in need. In September,...

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Supply Chain Disruptions and “Emergency Fees”

To The valued clients of The Gateway Logistics Group and our subsidiaries: Worldwide we are experiencing significant disruptions in the supply chain. The following items are examples of constraints, delays and new charges that are being enacted by the ports around the country. USA A shortage of truck drivers and ocean freight container chassis is...

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Coronavirus – Air Transportation update

As the COVID-19 Coronavirus has now been identified as a pandemic by the World Health Organization, we at Gateway want to make you aware that issue is impacting air transportation of goods throughout the world. As you may know many airlines have significantly reduced flights with little or no notice. Flights are being cancelled on...

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Gateway Logistics Group among Top Key Players in the Domestic Freight Market

The Top Key Players in the Domestic Freight Market includes Gateway Logistics Group. “Global  Domestic Freight Market 2020 research delivers a basic overview of the industry including definitions, classifications, applications, and industry chain structure. The market analysis is providing details about the international markets with development trends, competitive landscape analysis, and key regions development status....

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LA-LB port set for another month of congestion

LA port congestion continues “US importers shipping through Los Angeles-Long Beach should expect congested marine terminals, lengthy truck turn times, equipment shortages, and distribution warehouses that are stuffed beyond capacity for at least another month. Since other major gateways, including New York-New Jersey, are also experiencing various degrees of equipment shortages, and delays in the...

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Longer US shutdown equates to more cargo pain points

The shutdown is affecting more things than most would expect. “While the partial US government shutdown isn’t disrupting the clearance of cargo, customs brokers are increasingly worried that smaller pinches, ranging from the proper coding of commodities to errors in paperwork, will become frequent and larger if federal workers remain furloughed much longer. There is...

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Nippon Express expands rail, air services to Europe

Nippon Express plans “free movement of goods” through Eurasia “Logistics giant Nippon Express said its newly launched inter-modal services connecting Japanese ports and airports with Europe via the Eurasian rail network will be expanded to new routes in response to demand from beneficial cargo owners (BCOs). The Tokyo-listed company, one of the world’s largest logistics...

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Capacity-strapped shippers support US truck driver apprenticeships

Is younger drivers on the road the answer to the driver shortage? “A coalition of trade groups wants Congress to advance a controversial plan that would get younger truck drivers on the road. US shippers and distributors stung by rising truck prices want Congress to pass legislation that would put younger truck drivers behind the...