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July 9 2018 | The Journal of Commerce 3 Contents July 9 2018 • Vol 19 • Issue 14 Delivering Global Trade and Logistics Intelligence. Since 1827. The Journal of Commerce 10 Cover Story Bridge clearance NY-NJ port users offer a healthy assessment of big-ship handling a year aer the Bayonne Bridge elevation. Special Reports 18 Cool Cargoes The cold, hard facts Reefer industry stakeholders see a need for better technology and customer service. 27 Trans-Pacific Carriers and Ports A 1-2 punch The July 6 implementation of China-US tariffs will be a major smackdown for US exporters. 41 Latin America Trade and Logistics Striking lessons Though the truck strike has ended, Brazil's transportation bottlenecks need a bigger government and private sector fix. Departments 16 International Maritime Digital forwarding 2.0 Industry shis from marketplaces to models offering technology to ease customer connections. Prince Rupert gears for growth Port takes on another expansion project, intensifying the battle for market share. 38 Government Testing US Customs Agency depends on data-based targeting in regulating burgeoning flow of e-commerce. 39 Surface Transportation Chicago's magnetism The nation's largest inland hub also is playing center stage in the development of high-tech logistics. Cold reality for ag shippers Refrigerated trucking rates soar as produce season shis into high gear. Columns 4 Fueling global truck tension By Mark Szakonyi 26 Fuel for thought By Gary Ferrulli 54 The economies of service By Peter Tirschwell Every Issue 6 Spotlight 50 By the Numbers 51 Ad Index 52 Colin Barrett's Q&A

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