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BREAKBULK & PROJECT CARGO SPECIAL ADVERTISING SECTION 30 The Journal of Commerce | July 2018 AT YUSEN LOGISTICS, we believe that a strong supply chain is the backbone of any successful business. That's why we're com- mitted to delivering solutions that will give you an advantage in today's competitive mar- ketplace. As a global service provider and a wholly-owned subsidiary of the NYK Group, we are one of the world's largest and most recognized global transportation companies. As your partner, we develop supply chain solutions addressing today's tough- est market demands. Leveraging our global network and industry expertise, we work with our customers to formulate strategies that optimize cargo transportation processes that lead to cost savings and efficiencies. We are innovative, providing a strategic transporta- tion service mix to build customized solutions for our customers. Our ability to provide solutions comes from our strong global scope. Internationally, we provide ocean and air freight forwarding, customs, and origin consolidation services. Domestically, we provide inland transpor- tation options, including intermodal, full and less-than-container load trucking, and specialized services including project cargo. These are further supported by fulfillment, transload, and reverse logistics solutions. We provide visibility, tracking, and plan- ning across the supply chain, from origin to destination. Our systems are customizable and integrate seamlessly with each custom- er's current systems and processes. This flexibility allows for quick implementation times and minimal business disruptions while providing maximum business control. As a leading logistics company, we play a vital role in managing environmental risk. That's why we've developed innovative methods to support our customer's require- ments for flexible, sustainable supply chain solutions. For more information, visit n SUPPORTING A FLEXING SUPPLY CHAIN The massive weight and length of some of the bigger offshore wind turbine parts depend on specific crane maneuverability in addition to ship size. Photo Credit:

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