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  • At Boeing Factory, Unfinished 737s Pile Up

    So many unfinished planes are stacking up at a Boeing plant in Renton, Wash., that the aerospace giant has to find space outside its factory gates to park them.

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  • Maersk Tankers Turns to Wind Power to Cut Soaring Fuel Costs

    Marine fuel prices are soaring and the shipping industry is looking for ways to harness ocean winds to power oceangoing vessels. Danish shipping company Maersk Tankers said it has installed devices that are effectively high-tech sails that could cut the vessel’s fuel bill by up to 10%.

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  • Logistics Report News | Wall Street Journal
  • Logistics Report News | Wall Street Journal
  • Logistics Report News | Wall Street Journal
  • Logistics Report News | Wall Street Journal
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  • Sailors Flee Burning Oil Tanker Off Oman

    Shipping company says an explosion triggered a fire on the India-flagged crude carrier, and that search and rescue efforts were underway in the Gulf of Oman.

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  • Truck Orders Soared to a Monthly Record in July

    A hot freight market, rising shipping prices and strong confidence among trucking executives triggered a record 52,400 orders as manufacturers started early booking for 2019 factory slots.

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  • Truckers Looking to Haul in More Profits

    Trucking companies are hoping to turn the most robust freight market in years into stronger long-term financial footing. But analysts caution that rising wages could offset strong second-quarter results.

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