Monthly Archives: September 2018

All about Cyclones

Typhoons (like Mangkhut) and Hurricanes (like Florence) are both cyclones which form in the same ways. The defining difference between the two is that hurricanes hit the Atlantic and east pacific, while typhoons hit the west pacific. They also have … Continue reading

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Why is US freight demand spiking so high?

I’ve been seeing articles on US freight being hotter than ever – a boom in trucks, rail, shipping rates, shipping orders, etc. Here’s a chart from this article: Back in 2016, we had terrible trucking numbers from a significant … Continue reading

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