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Credit: U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Madysson Anne Ritter/Released 24 Delivering parts, fuel, mail over 52 million square miles

In Port and at Sea: NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center Yokosuka Supports Navy Ships and Crews. Understanding how that happens can bene?t commercial stakeholders, as well.

By Edward Lundquist 32 Connecticut Port Authority: the future is now 2019 brings new missions, strategies and new optimism for this three-port Northeast gateway.

By Joseph Keefe 36 Compass Leads the Way

As YILPORT Rolls Out the Navis’ Compass Visual Work?ow Management Application, the collaborative tool promises improved planning and greater visibility across ?ve terminals. And, that’s just the beginning.

By Joseph Keefe 42 Cruising in the Cloud

Turning a necessary cost center into a revenue stream is the new normal for savvy and successful cruise operators.

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