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May 14 2018 | The Journal of Commerce 3 Contents May 14 2018 • Vol 19 • Issue 10 Delivering Global Trade and Logistics Intelligence. Since 1827. The Journal of Commerce Columns 4 Container shipping's next frontier By Joseph Bonney 42 Nearly an ACE in the hole By Tom Gould 47 Trucking industry's inflection point By Theodore Prince 56 Auto production drives NAFTA talks By David Rish 70 The narrowing divide By Peter Tirschwell r Every Issue 6 Spotlight 66 By the Numbers 67 Index 68 Colin Barrett's Q&A 69 Classified Ads 10 Cover Story US trucking's rate overdrive Judging by spring demand and restrained capacity, a new pricing reality is here for the long haul. Special Reports 18 Top 25 North American Ports Working on the railroads US southeastern ports are enjoying the fruit of constructing intermodal inland ports. 49 Mexico Trade and Logistics Mexican coastal shi Expanded Panama Canal locks and the auto industry entice shippers to look to the Gulf. Departments 16 International Maritime ONE up The roll-out of Japan's Ocean Network Express sees some snags, but its CEO expresses optimism. More carrier-forwarder wedding bells? The CMA CGM-CEVA deal is seen by some as puzzling, but the strategy may prove fruitful. 40 Government FMC on the case Agency takes on BCO complaints of carriers unilaterally canceling store door deliveries. New Teamsters strategy California shared liability bill draws union support, but industry opposition. 43 Surface Transportation Low vacancy DC and warehouse vacancy rates slip again as e-commerce demand escalates. XPO weaves net Asset- and non-asset-based acquisitions choreographed into XPO Logistics via technology. Advertorial: 58 Site Selection

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