The American Journal of Transportation covers all aspects of transportation from air cargo, to maritime shipping, to international trade. AJOT delivers industry insights and coverage of events shaping the transportation industry.
DC VELOCITY coverages all aspects of logistics including internal logistics within a distribution center or warehouse, external logistics relating to the transport of goods and freight, the overarching information technologies that support and integrate the two, and the strategies that optimize logistics.
Food Logistics dedicates to covering the movement of product through the food supply chain. Every issue provides news, trends, and best practices that will help grocery and foodservice manufacturers and distributors to make better business decisions.
Global Trade educate their readers on ways to utilize the global marketplace to increase market share and corporate profits, through creative efficiencies in cargo transportation, banking, joint ventures, outsourcing, and expansion opportunities.
Supply & Demand Chain Executive (SDCE) covers the entire end-to-end global supply chain in every vertical. The content and editorial scope of the publication includes news and industry comments, in-depth technical articles, best practices and case studies, industry round-up and special features.
Similar to Harvard Business Review, SCMR primarily publishes columns and features contributed by business school professors, supply chain management practitioners and industry analysts. Topics include sourcing and procurement, software and technology, transportation and logistics, supply chain education, and other topics relating to the supply chain.
This weekly newspaper places an emphasis on trucking, logistics, and intermodal transportation. They release Top 100 and Top 50 yearly lists that show financial and operating information of the top logistics companies, global freight carriers, for-hire carriers, and private carriers in North America.