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July 20 2020 | The Journal of Commerce 3 Contents July 20 2020 • Vol 21 • Issue 15 Delivering Global Trade and Logistics Intelligence. Since 1827. The Journal of Commerce Special Reports 24 Peak-Season Forecast: Ocean and Intermodal Rail Rule of three Trans-Pacific carriers have secured a third GRI in a month Mix migration US importers from Asia are rushing to NVOs amid tight capacity 34 Mexico Trade and Logistics Overshadowed The COVID-19 pandemic and resulting recession are obscuring potential USMCA benefits Departments 20 International Maritime Rocking or rolling? Rising Asia–Europe volumes will test carrier capacity management Cuts like a knife Container lines are extending trans-Atlantic blank sailings 32 Government Falling short The ITF's Merk says global regulators are failing to protect competition in container shipping 38 Surface Transportation Fee fracas Intermodal shippers are pushing hard on container charges An inland alternative CSX daily intermodal will boost Syracuse's inland port prospects Columns 4 Profits during a pandemic By Mark Szakonyi 33 Picking up the pace By Lars Jensen 46 A tougher short haul By Peter Tirschwell Every Issue 6 Spotlight 42 By the Numbers 44 Colin Barrett's Q&A 45 Classified Ads 10 Special Report: Trucking: Midyear Market Report Rambling return The US freight recovery will be anything but straightforward LTL lifeline The US government's loan to YRC Worldwide has calmed the LTL market Crucial connections Digitalization will reduce LTL costs and improve service

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