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Breakbulk November 2022

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November 2022 | The Journal of Commerce 3 www.joc.com Contents Breakbulk & Project Cargo A special supplement of The Journal of Commerce November 2022 6 12 Special Report: Specialized Transport Cargo co-ops Booming heavy transport demand is driving new project partnerships Packed flights Demand for heavy-li• air transport is outstripping supply 18 Additional stories Controlled expansion AAL is adding three secondhand ships to its fleet in a tight tonnage market Ro/ro 'bull run' Surging demand is driving new investment by roll-on/roll-oƒ carriers Back to the table Mobile breakbulk dockworkers avoided a strike and are heading to mediation with their employer Rolling into town Georgia Ports Authority has added Nissan to its roster of original equipment manufacturers Cover Story/ Project Pipeline A full pipeline Pent-up demand is expected to fuel project logistics volumes into 2024 Stretch goals A lack of infrastructure could stymie global and US wind energy targets Columns 4 Ship tracks and IMO 2023 By Janet Nodar

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