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Mar. 6, 2018 - The Newfoundland and Labrador Environmental Industry Association (NEIA) was in Corner Brook, N.L., last week to talk about clean growth...
wo major categories of plastics recycling, non-bottle rigid plastics and plastic wraps, bags and flexible film packaging (collectively “film”), each jumped ten percent in 2016.
Electronic logging devices can save fleets money and pay for themselves, says David Carruth CEO of 55-truck LTL fleet ONE For Freight.
Cargo theft in the U.S. is 15 percent lower in 2017 when compared to 2016, along with a negligible increase in average loss value year-over-year, reports recording firm SensiGuard.
ACC’s Global CPRI measures the production volume of the chemical industry for 32 key nations, sub-regions, and regions, all aggregated to the world total.
The fact is: Polystyrene (PS) foam can be—and is being—recycled in many communities, more so than many alternatives.
Washington, DC —The United States has fired a warning shot in what could become a global trade war over steel and aluminum, threatening to impose a wide ra
All varieties of the specialty soybeans are now fully commercialized, and smaller companies are joining the marketplace.
In this week's Crop Tech Corner, Minnesota grad students tell Congress that the expensive regulatory process is stifling innovation in GM fuel and fiber crops.
A new technology aims to use artificial intelligence to create clean fields.
Looking ahead at what the U.S. trucking industry can expect for 2018, trucking analyst MacKay and Co. says Truckable Economic Activity is expected to continue at its current pace.
This year looks to be the strongest for North American truckload and less-than-truckload pricing since 2005 and 2010, reports the Journal of Commerce.
The upturn continues to reflect higher manufacturing activity in key end-use markets, in addition to recovery from hurricane disruptions.
Average retail prices for all eight major fertilizers rose for the third week in a row.
Meet one of a cadre of experimenters using remote-controlled farm machinery.
Enogen corn, which was introduced originally to aid in ethanol production, is now finding its way into cattle rations.
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