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Page 20 of 57 THE JOURNAL OF COMMERCE 19 JOC GUIDE TO WAREHOUSING/INDUSTRIAL REAL ESTATE SPECIAL REPORT INCREASED TRANSLOADING OF merchandise imports from marine containers to domestic containers and trailers at major US seaports — rising from 52 percent of total intermodal volume through Los Angeles-Long Beach to 58 percent in five years — is reshaping con- tainerized supply chains. Data accumulated by industry analysts and industrial real estate experts reveal that Bigger ships and rapid growth in e-commerce are triggering increasing transloading activity near US ports and redefining industrial real estate strategies By Bill Mongelluzzo WHERE THE ACTION IS

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