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March/April 2017 Volume 7 Number 2

CONTENTS “This industry is full of middle men. Disruption will come from changing the process and changing the business model. It is not the technology, it is the model, and it is the process that changes.”

Frank Coles,

CEO, Transas

See Disruption “Powered by Transas” on page 52

FEATURES 10 Regulatory A new generation of carrier alliances headlines the world of container shipping. By William P. Doyle

By Greg Trauthwein 12 Insights Flexport, Ryan Petersen and the changing face of shipping logistics. 15 Dredging Dredging ? rms are digging deep, looking ahead to more business.

By Barry Parker 19 Container Security The time is now to secure the container supply chain. By Ed Harrison and Stefan Reidy 38 Navis Puts TOS on Cloud 9

By Patricia Keefe You don’t have to go it alone. 46 Murky Waters Persist Ballast Water rules and approvals advanced in 2016.

By Barry Parker 52 Ballast Water Treatment

By Joseph Keefe Invasive Species Meets its ‘Silver Bullet’. 58 Tech Logistics

By Greg Trauthwein Disruption “Powered by Transas”. 60 Intermodal Logistics

By Joseph Keefe When the intermodal rubber meets the road. 2 Maritime Logistics Professional March/April 2017 | |

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