Articles by Dan McCue

HazMat Safety Scrutinized

Hazardous material accidents are an industry nightmare, raising safety questions and potentially tighter regulation.
April 5, 2014

 They were almost certainly asleep as the driverless oil train rumbled toward Lac-Mégantic, a popular tourist destination town alongside the same-named lake in eastern Quebec, Canada. 

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Success with Returns

March 1, 2014

 Part two on reverse logistics management describes how best – or better – practices yield solid results. 

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Image Reversal For Returns

February 3, 2014

Reverse logistics once suffered from a poor image; today business is booming.

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Focus is on Free Trade

January 10, 2014

Amidst arguments over genetically modified food, U.S. eavesdropping, and other thorny issues, the EU is poised to strike its biggest trade deal.

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Emerging Stronger

Southern Europe had a deeper dive and a slower rise during the recession, but the region has some bright spots.
December 1, 2013

Southern Europe had a deeper dive and a slower rise during the recession, but the region has some bright spots.

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Ocean Holds On in International Transportation

Capacity and cost keep ocean shipping competitive with high-service air cargo.
November 1, 2013

 Capacity and cost keep ocean shipping competitive with high-service air cargo. 

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Embrace the Difference

Entering emerging markets often comes with an emerging awareness that things are not bad, just different.
October 1, 2013

In emerging markets, different doesn't have to mean "bad" if you plan ahead.

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Facing Mobile Fears

An increasingly mobile future for technology can be a little frightening, unless you prepare.
August 1, 2013

In the consumer space, mobile technology could hardly be more ubiquitous.

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Open Throttle for Rail

July 1, 2013
Rail transportation growth continues, favoring intermodal, but also including innovative routing.
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Change Over Time

There are many drivers, but global trade lanes rarely change overnight.
June 1, 2013
China is expected to remain the planet’s foremost export country, and the Trans-Pacific, the busiest trade lane in the world.
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KC SmartPort Momentum

Kansas City SmartPort Momentum 2013 focused on 3PLs, the issues facing the industry, and the role or logistics in economic development



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Check out the April 2014 edition of World Trade WT100, featuring articles on fueling changes for trucking plus much more!

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