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December 10 2018 | The Journal of Commerce 3 Contents December 10 2018 • Vol 19 • Issue 25 Delivering Global Trade and Logistics Intelligence. Since 1827. The Journal of Commerce 10 Cover Story Kicking the tech tires An explosion of venture capital-backed start-ups power potential — and risk — for shippers. Special Reports 17 Global Maritime Focus A better balancing act Container carriers are seen better managing the needs of shippers and ship capacity. 33 Caribbean and Central America Logistics Back on the world stage From inception to retirement to 're-sail,' SeaLand has global reach once again. 46 2019 Trucking Outlook Road warriors Freight growth may slow in 2019, but shippers should be vigilant in seeking new routes to constrained capacity. Departments 14 International Maritime NY barge hub? Red Hook touts container barges as better way to delivery goods to the heart of New York City . Won't be fooled again Post-cyber-attack victims and bigger companies are most prepared, maritime survey finds. No thanks SM Line has no interest in merging with fellow South Korean carrier HMM. 43 Government Breaking up is hard to do Potential Brexit deal — or no deal — raises shipper angst on trade. 44 Surface Transportation The right place at the right time Machine learning technology offers brokers means to locate available truck capacity. Cleared for delivery Truck-congested Brussels Airport plugs computerized slot booking system for freight. Columns 4 Much ado about filing By Mark Szakonyi 42 Smarting from fuel costs By Gary Ferrulli 62 Risky business By Peter Tirschwell Every Issue 6 Spotlight 54 By the Numbers 55 Index 56 Colin Barrett's Q&A 61 Classified Ads Advertorial 57 2018 Connie Awards

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