|Peter Tirschwell, Senior Director, Content, IHS Maritime and Trade|
Peter Tirschwell is Senior Director, Content at IHS Maritime & Trade, publisher of The Journal of Commerce, JOC.Com and PIERS maritime trade data. In his role he is responsible for all content appearing in JOC publications, websites, events and other products and is leading a pioneering effort at the IHS Maritime & Trade to push content in new directions to unlock new value for JOC subscribers. A career transportation journalist, Peter was a reporter, West Coast Bureau Chief, Editor in Chief and Publisher of The Journal of Commerce in his 20+ year career with the company beginning in 1992. He is the founder and chairman of the annual TPM conference in Long Beach, Calif., one of the world's largest shipping events, and led the development of the recently released JOC Port Productivity data, the first global database of port performance. He writes a regular column in The Journal of Commerce covering a range of international logistics topics, speaks regularly at industry events and has been quoted in mainstream business media including the BBC, Wall Street Journal, Financial Times and New York Times. He lives in Brooklyn with his family and is an avid sports fan, fly fisherman and sailor.
|Chris Brooks, Executive Editor, The Journal of Commerce and JOC Events|
Chris Brooks oversees editorial content in The Journal of Commerce, JOC Events programs and works closely with the online team focusing on JOC.com. A 30-year company veteran, Chris's career has spanned every aspect of the editorial operation, from copy and front-line editing to design, reporting and overseeing numerous websites. For the better part of the last decade, he has managed the day-to-day editorial operation, including its team of award-winning journalists. He also oversees the magazine's 10-plus special reports a year, including the Annual Review and Outlook and Top 100 Importers and Exporters issues. Chris chairs the programming committees for JOC Inland Distribution and Port Performance-North America conferences and oversees the JOC's editorially driven series of webinars. He holds a bachelor's degree in journalism from Lock Haven University in Lock Haven, Pa.
|Mark Szakonyi, Executive Editor, JOC.com|
Szakonyi leads JOC.com, the world's most visited news, analysis and data portal serving the container shipping and international supply chain industry. He also reports on a variety of issues, ranging from intermodal rail to ocean shipping. In addition, Szakonyi assists in the planning of the editorial component of JOC events, including TPM, TPM Asia, Inland and shipper roundtables. Szakonyi also regularly speaks and moderates at conferences and other industry events. His analysis and work have been quoted in mainstream news media including the BBC, The Economist, NPR and USA Today. Szakonyi, a Chicago native now living in Washington D.C., is an avid reader, traveler and vinyl record collector.
|Peter Leach, Editor-at-Large, JOC|
Peter T. Leach is responsible for coverage of container shipping lines, East and Gulf Coast ports and their container trades for JOC.com, The Journal of Commerce magazine and JOC Events. He has worked for the JOC in two different stints since 1973, when he joined what was then a daily newspaper as a foreign trade reporter. He was the Editor-in-Chief in 1978-1981 when Knight-Ridder Newspapers transferred him to The Philadelphia Inquirer. He rejoined the JOC in 2004 after writing the 175th anniversary history of its founding by Samuel F.B. Morse and Arthur Tappan in 1827. During his 20-year absence from the JOC, his experience includes positions as Chief Operating Officer of VU/TEXT Information Services, Knight-Ridder’s first venture into electronic publishing; Vice President of New Media for American Bank-Bond Buyer; Chief Operating Officer of UPI in Washington and Editor of IBM’s corporate magazine, Think Leadership. He is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin, where he earned a BA in history. Leach regularly speaks to industry groups on his areas of expertise.
|Joseph Bonney, Senior Editor, JOC|
Joseph Bonney is Senior Editor, and his news and analysis appears on JOC.com, The Journal of Commerce magazine and JOC Events. During the last 15 years he has served in posts including columnist, managing editor and editor-in-chief at The Journal of Commerce. During the 1980s he spent five years as the company's Gulf Coast correspondent and maritime editor. During his journalism career he also has been managing editor of American Shipper, newsman with the Associated Press and reporter and business editor at The Clarion-Ledger in Jackson, Mississippi. He is co-author of "The Box That Changed the World," a history of containerized shipping published in 2006. Bonney regularly speaks to industry groups on his areas of expertise.
|William B Cassidy, Senior Editor, JOC |
Bill Cassidy is Senior Editor, Trucking at the JOC, and his news and analysis of this area are included in the JOC.com, The Journal of Commerce and JOC Events. He joined the publication in 2009, after 13 years at Traffic World magazine where he served as Executive Editor, Managing Editor and Associate Editor. Based in Washington, D.C., Cassidy has been reporting on trucking since 1984, when he joined Fleet Owner magazine in New York. He has also covered logistics management and supply-chain technology, the rail and maritime industries, Congress and federal agencies. Cassidy regularly speaks to industry groups on his area of expertise.
|Bill Mongelluzzo, Senior Editor, JOC|
Bill Mongelluzzo is Senior Editor, Trans-Pacific at the JOC, based in Long Beach, Calif. He is responsible for coverage of the trans-Pacific trades, West Coast labor issues, harbor trucking, West Coast ports and marine terminal productivity for JOC.com, The Journal of Commerce magazine and JOC Events. Mongelluzzo joined The Journal of Commerce in 1980 as New Orleans correspondent. He moved to Long Beach in 1985 and opened the Los Angeles-Long Beach bureau. He served as maritime editor of The Journal of Commerce in New York in 1992-93 and returned to Southern California in August 1993. Mongelluzzo began his journalism career in 1972 as a reporter with the Times-Picayune in New Orleans. He is a native of Chicago and has a bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of Missouri and a master's degree in history from the University of New Orleans. Mongelluzzo regularly speaks to industry groups on his areas of expertise.
|Greg Knowler, Senior Editor Asia, JOC |
Greg Knowler is Senior Editor Asia at the JOC, based in Hong Kong. He is responsible for coverage of transport and logistics in the Asia-Pacific region for JOC.com and The Journal of Commerce magazine, and plays a key role in setting up the annual TPM Asia conference in Shenzhen, organised by JOC Events. After 11-years as a reporter and editor for several daily newspapers in Durban, South Africa, he moved to Hong Kong in 2000 to join the South China Morning Post sports department before becoming editor of Cargonews Asia, a regional logistics magazine. In early 2014 he joined the JOG Group. A South African native, he moderates at industry conferences and shipper round tables while bringing context to the news coverage and analysis crucial for shippers in Asia-Pacific.
|Turloch Mooney, Global Editor|
Turloch Mooney is a well-known Asia-based supply chain journalist. He was co-founder and managing director for Supply Chain Asia Publication based in Shanghai, China. He previously held posts at IATA (International Air Transport Association) as Chief Editor & Secretary for the Global Compliance User Group. He holds a Master’s Degree in International Studies from the University of Limerick, Ireland with specialization in International Law and International Trade. His area of specialization will be global ports, covering issues such as port congestion, competition, mega-ship impact, productivity, hinterland access and relevant supply chain issues.
|Marsha Salisbury, Research Editor, JOC|
As research editor for the JOC, Marsha Salisbury has a pulse on the vast majority of data that flows through the company's content outlets. She works closely with sister company PIERS to develop multiple reports and analyze trends coming out of PIERS' industry-leading database, including The Top 100 Importers and Exporters rankings, the quarterly Top 40 Container Carriers, the annual Top 50 Global Container Ports, and regional reports on East, West and Gulf ports. She also develops The Journal of Commerce magazine's By the Numbers section a collection of critical data elements across the JOC's areas of coverage and produces quarterly reports ranking U.S. Container Ports and Container Carriers operating in the U.S. trades. Marsha joined the JOC in 1995 as manager of marketing and sales administration and has held positions related to JOC Events and promotion. Prior to joining the JOC, she held marketing positions with Kerr Steamship, Neptune Orient Lines and NYK Line.
|Reynolds Hutchins, Associate Editor, JOC|
Reynolds Hutchins is associate editor for JOC.com out of the journal’s Washington, D.C. bureau. He comes to The Journal of Commerce from Norfolk, Virginia — home to the state port and the largest naval station in the world — where he exclusively covered the maritime and transportation industries. His work has been quoted in the Associated Press and Washington Post. A long-time resident of Los Angeles, California and Wilmington, North Carolina, Hutchins calls Washington home now. He received a bachelor’s from Wake Forest University in English and political science, with an emphasis on the developing politics and economics of Mideast states. Before covering the transportation sector, Hutchins helmed the state and national politics desk at the single daily newspaper in Charlottesville, Virginia.
|Dustin Braden, Assistant Web Editor, JOC.com|
Born in New Jersey and raised in Florida, Dustin studied at the University of Pittsburgh. He then spent several years teaching English as a second language in Newark before joining JOC.com in 2015. He has previously worked in the media on a freelance basis and his work has appeared in special editions of Newsweek and TV Guide magazines. His interests include trade, the media, politics and international relations.