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June 2021 | The Journal of Commerce 3 www.joc.com Contents Breakbulk & Project Cargo A special supplement of The Journal of Commerce June 2021 Columns 4 Game day By Janet Nodar 30 Essential seafarers By Dennis Mottola Advertorials 27 Breakbulk & Project Cargo Conference Partnership Spotlight 6 10 Special Report: Wind energy A mighty wind Ambitious US oshore wind goals face regulatory and logistics hurdles Keeping up with the Jones Act Eneti is investing in wind installation vessels to serve the US market 16 Additional stories Trending up Strong demand continues to push the forecast for MPV charter rates higher An inescapable outcome COVID-19 disruptions have thrown a spotlight on force majeure contract clauses Galvanizing victory US steel importers are awaiting a full tari reversal to drive up demand Looming shortage The low MPV orderbook presages a coming capacity crunch Battery boom The global green energy transition will feed metal mining logistics demand Rerouted US port congestion and capacity woes are forcing project cargo diversions Steep grade Flatbed trucking rates rising fast for US shippers Super friends SAL and Jumbo have launched a super-heavy-liĆ  alliance following approval from regulators 6 Cover Story Searching for space Cargo owners are prioritizing capacity over price in a hot breakbulk market

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