More than 5,000 truckers stopped work, demanding the government increase fuel subsidies, help raise transportation charges and introduce a minimum wage.
Plane maker has finalized a deal to acquire a 50 percent interest in a North Charleston-based aircraft parts supplier for its 787 jetliner.
Cargo transport workers angry over high fuel costs and the policies of President Lee Myung-bak threatened a strike that could disrupt the movement of goods.
Freight transportation services index measured 109.4 in April, about 0.1 percent higher than the same month last year, according to government data released Wednesday.
Peter Sutherland, chairman of the oil giant's board, said recent high prices were not driven by market speculators or fears that oil is running out.
World customs authorities called on the United States to repeal or scale back a new law that will require foreign ports to screen all containers before they are shipped to the U.S.
Trucks moving at a snail's pace clogged highways across Spain, as drivers protesting rising fuel costs pressed on with a transport strike that has disrupted supplies of food, fuel and other goods.
Brewer continues to expand in Asia as it announces an import and distribution agreement with Gannon Distribution Co.
Pilot SUV and Ridgeline pickup production will be moved from Canada to Alabama, allowing Civic sedan production to be raised in Canada, Honda CEO said.
European Union introduced stricter import rules earlier this year, which limited the number of Brazilian farms that met EU animal health standards and could export to Europe.
Economists say the cost of moving goods -- particularly heavy materials such as steel -- not the burden of tariffs, is the largest barrier to global trade today.
GAO reports finds port security has gaps that terrorists could exploit to smuggle weapons of mass destruction in cargo containers.
Canadian auto parts makers face a tough year with production falling by 8 percent in the face of the strong loonie and declining U.S. demand, says the Conference Board of Canada.
Sector could perform better than the U.S. economy amid surge in exports due to the weak dollar, according to a report by the Manufacturers Alliance/MAPI.
Automaker considering launching its Chevrolet brand in South Korea to capture a larger share of the country's growing market for imported cars.
Automaker lowering its U.S. sales forecast from 15.5 million vehicles to 15.2 million vehicles as the weak economy continues to wreak havoc on the auto industry.
Freight transportation services index, which measures changes in the output of services by the railroad, air freight and trucking industries, was 109.4 in March, 0.4 percent lower than the same month last year.
Shoe maker said subsidiary Jibbitz LLC won a copyright and trademark infringement case against three Chinese shoe companies and was awarded damages of $56 million.
Congress expected to approve legislation directing President Bush to temporarily halt the shipment of about 70,000 barrels of oil a day to the Strategic Petroleum Reserve.
Experts say predictions that California will soon overtake Wisconsin as the nation's top cheese producer are unlikely to come true.
General Motors plant in Missouri shut down since March 6 due to a parts shortage caused by a strike at supplier American Axle will restart on Monday.
Chief executive told shareholders that maintaining the automaker's presence in the United States was not a knee-jerk reaction to the strong euro, but a long-term strategy.
European Union to investigate whether China, Moldova and Turkey are illegally selling steel wire rod at below-cost prices that damage European manufacturers.
World's second-biggest automaker is raising prices on the Yaris sedan and Camry later this month amid increased worries about profit growth in the American market.
'Extended range' 737-900ER is the latest version of iconic 737 jetliner series, and is able to carry more passengers and fly farther than earlier models.