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Sellers Logistics Merges into TA Services

Birmingham-based Sellers Logistics LLV has merged with TA Services Inc., based in Mansfield, Texas. TA Services is a third-party logistics and brokerage division of...

Alabama’s Mobile Port Signs Automobile International Terminal Concession Agreement

The Alabama State Port Authority and AutoMOBILE International Terminal signed an agreement on Wednesday for a $60 million finished automobile roll on/roll off terminal...

$7 Million in Rebuild Alabama Funds Earmarked for Local Projects

The backlog of road projects in Alabama just got some needed funding. Governor Kay Ivey and the Alabama Department of Transportation have released a...

FlixBus Expands into Alabama

Riders who rely on public transportation in Auburn, Montgomery and Mobile now have another option for their commute. FlixBus, in mid-December, has expanded its routes...

Southeast AlabamaWorks Plans Oct. 22 Meeting on CDL Change

Southeast AlabamaWorks plans its next distribution cluster meeting for Oct. 22 to bring together people across the distribution, trucking and logistics industries to discuss...

Port Improvements Approved

The Alabama State Port Authority has received permission to make improvements at the port to accommodate larger vessel and improve transit efficiency.

Newest Austal Ship Completes Sea Trials

Austal’s Expeditionary Fast Transport #11, soon to be the USNS Puerto Rico, has completed sea trials and is ready for delivery to the U.S....

UA, Auburn Team Up for Traffic Safety

Alabama’s top sports rivals are working together with the state to make Alabama’s highways safer.

Opinion: Raise the Cap on Passenger Facility Charge

Huntsville is one of the fastest growing local economies in our nation. Boosted by federal and private sector investments, our region is on a...

Transform Your Trucking Company By Putting Data At The Core

To stay relevant in today’s trucking and logistics industry and beat your competition, you need to digitize your business. In fact, experts predict digitization will soon determine who survives and who doesn’t.

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