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10 28 F E A T U R E S THE JOURNAL OF COMMERCE 3 E V E R Y I S S U E C O L U M N S 4 BUY NOW, RECEIVE LATER By William B. Cassidy 20 THE REAL VALUE OF ADDED VALUE By Jerry Peck 62 CHASSIS CHOKEPOINTS By Peter Tirschwell 6 Spotlight 56 By the Numbers 57 Index 60 Colin Barrett's Q&A 61 Classified Ads D E P A R T M E N T S 16 GOVERNMENT WATCH For Safety's Sake Motor carriers and shippers are urged to set and enforce rules on driver detentions. A Polar Code for Safe Passage Maritime officials draft standards for ships operating in Arctic and Antarctic waters. 48 INTERNATIONAL MARITIME Chassis 'Gray' Matter Large-volume landlord ports struggle to cope with the transition to a new chassis model. Round and Round on NY-NJ Hiring The lawsuit pitting the ILA and employers against the Waterfront Commission takes a new turn. 52 DOMESTIC SURFACE Where East Meets West Canadian Pacific's top official envisions transcontinental rail mergers. CN's Big Payday A $200 million investment in Calgary Logistics Park boosts CN's intermodal volume and revenue. COVER STORY 10 The Canada Alternative With West Coast labor talks about to heat up, shippers aren't waiting to draft contingency plans. Is Vancouver ready? SPECIAL REPORT: FREIGHT PAYMENT 21 Cash and Carry Big banks are implementing new services to speed freight payments while allowing shippers to hold onto their money longer. SPECIAL REPORT: 2014 TRUCKING FORECAST 28 Shifting Gears at the ATA The American Trucking Associations is changing its tack in what is shaping up as a transition year for the economy and on Capitol Hill. SPECIAL REPORT: GULF TRADE: 2014 OUTLOOK 35 On a Mission in Houston The Gulf's largest container port is dredging channels and upgrading terminals to meet anticipated growth in volume. 2014 V.15 N.4 CONTENTSFeb.17

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