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Gregory R. Trauthwein [email protected] 1 William P. Doyle is a Commissioner with Association and The Department of Home- the U.S. Federal Maritime Commission. The land Security.


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Corporate Staff ing analytics and communications, to busi-

Vladimir Bibik, IT 2 Patricia Keefe is a veteran journalist, nesses across the maritime spectrum. The

Mark O’Malley, Public Relations editor and commentator who writes about company can be found online at www.con-

Esther Rothenberger, Accounting technology, business and maritime topics.


Kathleen Hickey 3 Ed Harrison is CEO of Powers Interna- 5 Stefan Reidy is the founder and the CEO [email protected] tional LLC, a technology company focused of the Swiss Arviem AG, helping manufac- on international transportation security. Har- turers, exporters and importers to reveal

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The impressive 13,100 TEU capacity COSCO Excel-

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Logistics Professional 850 Montauk Hwy, #867 Bayport, lence departs the berth in the Port of Long Beach, Cal-

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PORT REPORT ifornia. Still bigger, deeper ships are coming. When

Long Beach sees two kinds of green


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