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Page 2 of 55 THE JOURNAL OF COMMERCE 3 10 COVER STORY 10 Hanjin's Fallout The biggest failure in container shipping history leaves supply chains in shambles and has shippers asking, 'What now?' SPECIAL REPORT: CONTAINER SHIPPING 21 Hanjin Tilts the Playing Field The collapse of the South Korean carrier is sending spot rates soaring and may give carriers sustained pricing power. SPECIAL REPORT: INTERMODAL MARKET REPORT 35 Light at the End of the Tunnel? After years of economic headwinds, the intermodal industry is ready for a turnaround — whenever it comes. 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 18 INTERNATIONAL MARITIME Pain at the Ports Weak growth in volume is squeezing profits at terminal operators, and more pressure may be coming. NY-NJ Labor Agency Wins a Big One An appeals court upholds the Waterfront Commission's oversight of hiring at the Port of New York and New Jersey. 32 GOVERNMENT WATCH It's All in the Details The FMC's decision to delay its review of the Ocean Alliance underscores the lack of details in carriers' new service networks. A Test of Bills US shippers are locked in a battle with less-than-truckload carriers over changes to the uniform bill of lading. 46 DOMESTIC SURFACE Agricultural Windfall Railroads say they're ready to handle the intermodal surge likely to come from a historic fall crop. C O L U M N S 4 RISING FROM THE ASHES By Chris Brooks 54 NVOS SAW IT COMING By Peter Tirschwell 6 Spotlight 48 By the Numbers 49 Index 52 Colin Barrett's Q&A 53 Classified Ads 2016 V.17 N.19 CONTENTSSept.19 Special Supplement GLOBAL LOGISTICS FOCUS Logistics Startups' Proving Ground Photo: Sheila Fitzgerald / Cover Photo: Sheila Fitzgerald /

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