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Breakbulk February 2020

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Februar y 2020 | The Journal of Commerce 3 Contents A special supplement of The Journal of Commerce February 2020 Special Report: Vessel Chartering 6 Playing Tetris The art of breakbulk chartering 12 The shippers' view A more hands-on approach is helping breakbulk BCOs manage logistics costs 14 From feast to famine A lack of exports and carrier consolidation is driving MPH/HL ships out of the US Gulf 15 Window of opportunity Can indexing bring transparency to breakbulk chartering? 17 'Cargo is king' PCs are challenging the traditional project forwarder-carrier relationship Columns 4 Uncharted waters By Janet Nodar 21 Insuring project cargo for chartering liability By Steven Weiss 22 Breakbulk is in our DNA By Peter Tirschwell 20 Breakbulk & Project Cargo 6 More news 18 Moving on Drastic changes are playing out at Zeamarine amid executive departures 18 Mammoth merger Mammoet is on top of the MPV/HL sector following the completion of its purchase of ALE 20 Second wind Resurgent wind energy cargo is boosting throughput at the Port of Duluth-Superior

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