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| DIGITAL LOGISTICS — THE LOGISTICS ENTERPRISE OF THE FUTURE DEC. 2, 2 P.M., FREE Technology-led disruption has already begun for all logistics enterprises — asset, non- asset and shippers. We are overloaded with IoT, Big Data, predictive analytics, mobile and communication technology, wearables, gamifi cation etc. Sponsored by SMC3 and the Logistics Technology Summit at Jump Start 2016, this 60-minute webinar will examine potential solutions. Register: http://tinyurl.com/qxr555l | NVOCC SOLUTIONS: BUILDING NEW BUSINESS IN A COMPLEX SUPPLY CHAIN DEC. 10, 2 P.M., FREE In analyzing data drawn from PIERS' NVOCC Solution, one major conclusion can be made: Non-vessel-operating common carriers are penetrating a larger segment of North American container shipping and, critically, are impacting the direction of the market more than ever. This 60-minute webcast will analyze the latest data available on NVOCC trends with ocean carriers and shippers, and feature a demonstration of PIERS' latest platform: PIERS NVOCC Solution. Register: http://tinyurl.com/qg5u84x WEBCASTS SLIDE SHOWS | FIVE CHANGES EVERY SHIPPER SHOULD PREPARE FOR http://bit.ly/1N1RBaE | TOP 10 GLOBAL TRANSPORTATION PROVIDERS http://bit.ly/1MgqyTe VIDEO | RELIABILITY ONE OF SHIPPERS' BIGGEST CONCERNS http://bit.ly/1SGc8jK FEATURED CONTENT Supply and demand in container shipping won't be in balance for at least another three years with surplus vessel capacity in the market at a time when trade growth is starting to plateau, according to veteran shipping expert Tom Behrens-Sorensen. http://bit.ly/1SWjaRv The development of Jasper Ocean Terminal made some headway this month after the Georgia and South Carolina port authorities agreed to a framework for the long-discussed but still unrealized marine terminal on the states' shared border. http://bit.ly/1SWjm3b What could eventually become the largest logistics complex at a West Coast port took a big step forward this month when the Port of Oakland Commission authorized exclusive negotiations between the port and industrial real estate developer CenterPoint Properties to develop a 20-acre site in the harbor. http://bit.ly/1H70rl0 RESOURCES | MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS JOC Research Editor Marsha Salisbury provides comprehensive, up-to-date coverage of mergers and acquisitions in the container shipping industry, beginning in 1977 and continuing through today. http://bit.ly/1ndZP1f | 2015 DIRECTORY OF WAREHOUSING SERVICE PROVIDERS http://bit.ly/1H2PNZF | 3PL SERVICES DIRECTORY http://bit.ly/1LylRmV Turn to www.joc.com for the latest breaking news, analysis, special projects and events-related information. Here's what's hot: trending trending trending on on on trending on trending trending trending on trending on trending on trending trending trending on trending Spotlight www.joc.com THE JOURNAL OF COMMERCE 7

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