- THE MAGAZINE
Articles by Perry A. Trunick
When the Staggers Act became law and railroads were economically deregulated, I interviewed a CEO of one of the Class 1 railroads about rail contracts and other changes brought about by the new law.
Deputy Administrator Manuel Benítez describes a major shift in the Panama Canal Administration’s strategic thinking.
WT100 analyzes the analysts and finds much to be optimistic about.
No export is successful until the seller is paid. Understanding terms of sale spells fast, accurate payment.
Many believe the economic and trade relationship between the U.S. and China is the most important.
The current crop of studies shows growth and some adjustment for logistics outsourcing.
With the Obama Administration still feeling the sting of a rocky start for its healthcare initiative, does it have the political capital in the U.S. Congress to keep the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) moving?
A common goal and vision are important to serve the customer. When the whole network is aligned, everyone benefits.
When Toshiba looked for a solution to damage problems, Averitt introduced its network partner to produce even bigger results.