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September/October 2018 Volume 8 Number 5

CONTENTS “I do think consolidation afords the remaining carriers an opportunity to invest more in advanced pricing capabilities. This is far more likely to be successful now as the industry is reaching maturity.

Most of the remaining carriers today have the underlying capabilities to begin pricing dynamically based on actual market data, rather than taking arbitrary rate action which we have typically seen from some of the less sophisticated carriers.” – Gordon Downes, the CEO of New York Shipping Exchange 10 Insights Power When You Need It By Ezra Finkin 12 Insights The Future of Class 22 P ort Logistics A P3 boost for Baltic Box Ships By William Stoichevski 28 Liner Logistics Liners Leverage Logistics as ‘Turnkey’ Service Evolves By Barry Parker 32 P ort Development Gulfport’s Long Road Back From Hurricane Katrina By Rick Eyerdam

Also in this Edition 8 | Editor’s Note 58 | Safety Insights 61 | 2019 Editorial Calendar 62 | Statistics: Moore Stephens 64 | Advertiser’s Index

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