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November 25 2019 | The Journal of Commerce 3 Contents November 25 2019 • Vol 20 • Issue 24 Delivering Global Trade and Logistics Intelligence. Since 1827. The Journal of Commerce 10 Cover Story Setting course Port NY–NJ faces the big-ship era with new and active leadership Special Reports 16 Special Report: US Gulf Report Making way Houston is looking to accelerate its channel-widening project By land or by sea The Port of New Orleans has added a second direct Asian service and expanded its rail network Competitive depth Mobile seeks $250 million to advance its 50-foot dredging plans 28 Special Report: Freight Payment Surcharge snags IMO 2020 is expected to disrupt ocean freight invoicing In the bank A major insolvency has eroded trust in independent freight payment vendors Fast money Transplace aims to inject speed and transparency into freight payment Departments 14 International Maritime Initial assessment Carriers have unveiled the first low-sulfur fuel surcharges for spot market freight Starting blocks Market headwinds buffeted the newly formed DSV Panalpina's first quarterly results 26 Government Buying time The FMC's detention–demurrage proposal is dividing the shipping industry 36 Surface Transportation Positive attrition The recent "correction" in US truckload capacity changes little for shippers Pullback petition A challenge to the federal ELD rule has resurfaced at the FMCSA Columns 4 There's the (scrubber) rub By Mark Szakonyi 27 Game changer By Lars Jensen 54 NY-NJ's new state of mind By Peter Tirschwell Every Issue 6 Spotlight 50 By the Numbers 52 Colin Barrett's Q&A 53 Classified Ads

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