"Marketplace" host Kai Ryssdal checks in with Austin Golding, president of Golding Barge Line.
Retailers are increasing shipping fees while fielding more calls from customers, asking, "Where's my package?"
We’re expecting record online sales this holiday season, and shippers are having a hard time keeping up.
As FedEx reports its quarterly figures, what may be in store for companies trying to fulfill the demand for e-commerce deliveries?
People are shopping online more, buying gifts for fewer people — and in some cases, changing up what they usually give.
One challenge for those managing "reverse logistics"? Not enough room to store everything we want to send back, one study says.
It won't be as bad as early in the pandemic, but shoppers should plan ahead.
Online sales are expected to surge this year because of the pandemic. And that means retailers need a lot more boxes.
The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach handled record amounts of imports in August. Meanwhile, warehouse rents increased by 10% from this time last year.