“After a period of relatively low turnover, it appears the driver market is tightening again, which coupled with increased demand for freight movement, could rapidly exacerbate the driver shortage,” ATA said.
"While the progress has been terrific, the criticality of supply chain CSR remains extremely high, and there's a lot of room for all businesses to grow and improve," said Pierre-Francois Thaler, co-CEO of EcoVadis.
Global Port Tracker handled 1.78 million TEU in July, the latest month for which numbers are available. That was up 5% from June and 9.2% from July 2016.
It was the highest monthly volume recorded since 2000.
ISM special report found that 67% of supply managers believe input materials pricing will be at least somewhat negatively impacted over the next three months with 27% expecting prices to be negatively or very...