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Cargo Imports Hit Record Highs But Slowdown Seen Coming

Imports at the nation’s major retail container ports set an all-time monthly record this summer and 2017 is expected to reach a new yearly record, followed by slower in growth in the new year.

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US Manufacturing and Spending Seen Taking Short-Term Hit From Hurricane Harvey’s Impact

The global manufacturing recovery should keep up its momentum, but disruptions caused by Hurricane Harvey will warp August and September output data, according to an analysis by IHS Markit.

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Logistics Nightmare Follows in Harvey’s Wake

The catastrophic flooding caused by Hurricane Harvey has also led to impassable stretches of highways and railroad tracks, bringing freight transportation in southeast Texas to a near standstill.

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Countering UPS, FedEx Won’t Raise Holiday Home Delivery Rates

In a competitive move against rival shipping giant UPS, FedEx Corp. said it will not apply residential holiday season surcharges, except in the case of packages that require additional handling, are oversized or unauthorized.

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