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October 15 2018 | The Journal of Commerce 3 Contents October 15 2018 • Vol 19 • Issue 21 Delivering Global Trade and Logistics Intelligence. Since 1827. The Journal of Commerce Special Reports 20 Ports of the Americas Longer arms of rail Compelted GCT Deltaport rail project deepens Vancouver's interior reach 32 Inland Distribution It's time to tear up trucking's pricing playbook Innovation and "outside the box" thinking needed to help shippers and trucking companies kick old, bad habits, and bring pricing into the 21st century. 40 Air Cargo: Third-Quarter Review and Peak-Season Outlook Grounded in congestion Cargo-handling delays elevate costs for shippers and test patience of truckers. Departments 16 International Maritime Blurred lines Challenges face ocean carriers expanding logistics offerings in an e-commerce world. Snipping the LCL-FCL link LCL server providers tout "less is more" to shore up rate volatility exposure. 28 Government Classification concern New Jersey law on truck classification has owner-operators on edge. A tale of two tariffs Terminals get reprieve on cranes, while shippers will feel pain on chassis. 46 Surface Transportation Peak spotting Tariffs could be blamed for delay in US intermodal peak season. Paper shredder Digitized bill of lading touted as improving efficiencies for both shippers and carriers. 10 Cover Story Low-sulfur wake-up call Container shipping industry grapples with costly 2020 mandate. Columns 4 Wool comes from sheep's back By Mark Szakonyi 30 No one wins in this coin toss By Gary Ferrulli 62 Hire an operator for NY-NJ By Peter Tirschwell Every Issue 6 Spotlight 58 By the Numbers 59 Index 60 Colin Barrett's Q&A 61 Classified Ads Advertorial 52 Memphis Trade

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