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June 11 2018 | The Journal of Commerce 3 Contents June 11 2018 • Vol 19 • Issue 12 Delivering Global Trade and Logistics Intelligence. Since 1827. The Journal of Commerce Special Reports 17 Canada Shipping and Trade Port of Quebec's container bet Maersk wagers on Montreal despite the port's dra limit. 35 Container Shipping Innovation Resistance to change Technology acceptance is vital to improved operations at ocean carriers, supply chain executives say. 43 3PL Midyear Review and Outlook Let the good times roll … US third-party logistics operators are enjoying growth on the backs of e-commerce and trade compliance. Departments 14 International Maritime Fueling surcharges High bunker prices slam carrier results despite growth in revenue and volume. A leaner Atlantic HMM terminates two trans-Atlantic routes, and Evergreen ends one of its three. 29 Government Beijing's helping hand Chinese government subsidies keep China-Europe rail network on track. 30 Surface Transportation It's about time With better time management, shippers can alleviate the truck capacity shortage. Peak season booked Intermodal contracts out of Southern California are locked up for the peak season. Record-setting rates Shipper bottom lines are taking a hit as trucking and intermodal rates escalate. 10 Cover Story A new opening Largely ignored by C-Suite, logistics soware finds a new path Columns 4 Canada's moment By Mark Szakonyi 22 Change comes to eastern Canada's port network By Peter Ford and Jean-Paul Rodrigue 38 Tech solutions needed as conferences fade By Niels Erich 42 Adding fuel to the fire By Gary Ferrulli 70 Maersk's new look By Peter Tirschwell Every Issue 6 Spotlight 66 By the Numbers 67 Index 68 Colin Barrett's Q&A 69 Classified Ads Advertorial 48 Florida Trade

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