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Page 2 of 71 THE JOURNAL OF COMMERCE 3 10 26 COVER STORY 10 Europe in Transition Its economy and single market in flux, the continent's transportation market is undergoing a transformation that could help right the ship. SPECIAL REPORT: ROLL-ON, ROLL-OFF SHIPPING: NORTH AMERICAN OUTLOOK 26 Expanding Options The Panama Canal's new, larger locks provide efficiencies of scale for roll-on, roll-off vessel operators, too. F E A T U R E S E V E R Y I S S U E D E P A R T M E N T S 22 INTERNATIONAL MARITIME Zika Bites Shippers in China Trade U.S. exporters seek to hone processes amid concerns about delays and new costs related to virus-related measures Shippers Stand Pat, Hyundai, Hanjin Say Despite financial problems, the South Korean carriers say U.S. importers are keeping their cargo commitments. 38 GOVERNMENT WATCH ELDS' Next Court Challenge The Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association is heading back to court to stop the FMCSA's controversial rule. Richard Lidinsky's Shipper Legacy During his seven-year tenure, the former FMC chairman and commissioner brought new life to the U.S. regulatory agency. 44 DOMESTIC SURFACE Georgia's Inland Feeding Frenzy A new Kia deal brings an import and intermodal aspect to Georgia's effort to develop a statewide inland port network. Safety in Autonomy Evolving technology will pave the way for autonomous trucks within a decade, Kenworth executives say. C O L U M N S A D V E R T O R I A L S 4 BEWARE A WOUNDED MAERSK By Chris Brooks 42 ALL PAIN, NO GAIN By Gary Ferrulli 70 THIS MOMENT WON'T LAST By Peter Tirschwell 16 EUROPEAN TRADE AND LOGISTICS 48 SOUTH CAROLINA PORTS 50 FOREIGN-TRADE ZONES 6 Spotlight 64 By the Numbers 65 Index 68 Colin Barrett's Q&A 69 Classified Ads 2016 V.17 N.18 CONTENTSSept.5

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