Breakbulk & Project Cargo: Conquering Complex Moves

Breakbulk & Project Cargo: Conquering Complex Moves

What is Breakbulk Cargo? Breakbulk or non-containerized cargo (NCC) is the term used to describe cargo that is shipped as a single unit because the weight, sha...

Trailer Bridge celebrates historic investment in Puerto Rico Marine Terminal  

Trailer Bridge celebrates historic investment in Puerto Rico Marine Terminal  

San Juan, Puerto Rico (Mar. 27, 2024) – Puerto Rico Governor Pedro R. Pierluisi along with representatives from the Department of Housing and Puerto Rico Ports Au...

The Road Ahead: President of Logistics Predicts What’s on the Horizon for 2024

The Road Ahead: President of Logistics Predicts What’s on the Horizon for 2024

By Eric Masotti, President of Logistics, Trailer Bridge, Inc. I think I can speak for everyone in the transportation industry when I say that 2024 couldn’t get...

Trailer Bridge Executives Receive Notable Maritime Industry Certifications

Trailer Bridge Executives Receive Notable Maritime Industry Certifications

Trailer Bridge’s Vice President of the Caribbean Jacob Wegrzyn and Director of Ports Edgar Perez both recently earned the Maritime Port Executive (MPE) certificat...

RoRo vs. LoLo: Picking the Right Solution for Your Cargo

RoRo vs. LoLo: Picking the Right Solution for Your Cargo

When a shipper is searching for the perfect solution to transport their cargo over water, the most popular options to choose from are RoRo and LoLo vessels. RoRo,...

JAXPORT and Trailer Bridge Reach Long-term Lease Agreement

JAXPORT and Trailer Bridge Reach Long-term Lease Agreement

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (June 27, 2022) – The Jacksonville Port Authority (JAXPORT) Board of Directors unanimously approved a long-term, $62 million agreement with Blo...

Bracing for the Rebound: Three Tips for Navigating Today's Supply Chain

Bracing for the Rebound: Three Tips for Navigating Today's Supply Chain

If there is one thing that is predictable in today’s world, it is the unpredictability of the supply chain. Throughout the past two years, the industry has experi...

Finding the Right Logistics Partner: Three Tips for Small Shippers

Finding the Right Logistics Partner: Three Tips for Small Shippers

When it comes to running a small business, you must maximize your time in ways that best align the business for continued success. That means some processes must ...

Trailer Bridge's Mitch Luciano Participates in Capital Link Jones Act & U.S. Flag Shipping Forum

Trailer Bridge's Mitch Luciano Participates in Capital Link Jones Act & U.S. Flag Shipping Forum

Trailer Bridge CEO Mitch Luciano joined fellow Jones Act carriers to review issues and impacts experienced over the past two years during the Capital Link Jones A...

From Ocean Freight to Full-Service Transportation Solutions, Trailer Bridge Has Continued Plans for Growth

From Ocean Freight to Full-Service Transportation Solutions, Trailer Bridge Has Continued Plans for Growth

Trailer Bridge, founded by transportation pioneer Malcom McLean, began as an ocean carrier back in 1991. Today, with ocean freight services still at the core, the...

Trailer Bridge Adds to its Fleet to Help Ease Capacity Issues for Shippers

Trailer Bridge Adds to its Fleet to Help Ease Capacity Issues for Shippers

This week, Trailer Bridge welcomed a fleet of new-build 53’ containers to add additional capacity for shippers moving freight throughout North America and to the ...

Bigger can be better: The benefits of 53-foot containers

Bigger can be better: The benefits of 53-foot containers

In 2020, business across the globe learned the true value of a reliable and flexible supply chain. As entire regions or countries shut down due to the COVID-19 gl...

4 Tips for Shipping Hazardous Materials

4 Tips for Shipping Hazardous Materials

Shipping hazardous materials can be complicated and it can be surprising how many common consumer products are classified as dangerous. The US Department of Tran...

Keeping Congested Supply Chains Running In Puerto Rico & The Islands

Keeping Congested Supply Chains Running In Puerto Rico & The Islands

Freight congestion issues have hit an all-time high in Californian ports as increasingly more imports arrive from Asia. But what’s been happening over on the East...