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April 29 2019 | The Journal of Commerce 3 Contents April 29 2019 • Vol 20 • Issue 9 Delivering Global Trade and Logistics Intelligence. Since 1827. The Journal of Commerce Special Report 21 Roll-On, Roll-Off and Auto Shipping Confidence high and heavy Ro-ro carriers see potential in breakbulk and high and heavy markets despite geopolitical snags. Auto trade potholes With Trump undecided on Section 232 tariffs, industry accelerates efforts to divert them. Departments 16 International Maritime Crunching the numbers New analysis disputes Flexport's claims on cargo volumes — but it's complicated. Vancouver's choice While GCT Canada proposes expansion, the port authority's quest could slow the project. 30 Government Shiing winds US trade policy is taking more of a Chinese tack, former USTR says. 32 Surface Transportation Measuring PSR success BCOs mixed on results and value of precision scheduled railroading in the US. Safety in numbers Government data show shi in drivers to bigger trucking companies. 10 Cover Story Meltdown on the Mexican border To minimize chaos, cross-border shippers must reconfigure supply chains. Columns 4 The new trade reality By Mark Szakonyi 31 Walking a capacity tightrope By Lawrence J. Gross 46 Low carbon, high impact By Peter Tirschwell Every Issue 6 Spotlight 42 By the Numbers 43 Index 44 Colin Barrett's Q&A 45 Classified Ads Advertorial: 34 Jacksonville Trade and Transportation

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