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Upcoming Webcasts

May 29, 2014 2:00PM EDT
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Port Productivity: 2012 Rankings and Best Practices

This webcast will analyze some of the crucial issues confronting ports and container terminal operators in clearing cargo from ship to shore, be it at the berth, in the yard or at the gate. Those challenges are only getting greater as ships increase to sizes unimaginable just a decade ago, and as ocean carriers face increasing financial pressure to meet tight schedules and to keep their vessels at sea, where they are making money. On the landside, terminal operators and ports are coming under increasing pressure to improve productivity at their gates, where hours-long truck lines aren’t unusual during the busiest times of the day and year. How to resolve that is a point of significant contention among trucking operators and terminal operators. Finally, the Webcast will discuss and analyze the results drawn from the  JOC Port Productivity database, measuring the most efficient ports and terminal operators in terms of berth productivity.

Moderator: Alessandra Barrett, Special Projects Editor, The Journal of Commerce

Speakers: TBD 

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Jun 5, 2014 10:00AM EDT
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Asia Trade: Midyear Review and Outlook

As the driver of global trade, the Asia-Pacific region has some of the largest container ports in the world, including the world’s three largest, Shanghai, Singapore and Hong Kong. It also has some of the strongest and most rapidly emerging economies, from the world’s manufacturing and export giant China to South Korea, the United States’ newest free trade partner. But the dynamics of that trade are changing rapidly, as China and others develop a rapidly growing middle class. To fill that demand, once-dominant exporters increasingly are manufacturing for their home markets and relying on exports from overseas to fill the void. That is great news for North American exporters looking to break into and expand in new markets. Meanwhile, with the global economy improving, the outlook for the two largest ocean trades — the trans-Pacific and Asia-Europe — is brightening, especially in the second half of the year.

This Webcast will examine that outlook and the implications for North American importers and exporters and the transportation providers that serve them.

Moderator: Peter Leach, Editor-At-Large, The Journal of Commerce

Speakers:

Richard Martin, Managing Director, IMA Asia

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Jun 26, 2014 2:00PM EDT
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Top 100 Importers and Exporters

The annual Top 100 Importers and Exporters report is one of the most extensive products The Journal of Commerce produces. Based on months of exclusive research, it analyzes the largest global companies shipping containerized goods to and from the U.S. — essential information for shippers, carriers and third-party logistics providers.

This webcast will analyze the makeup and dynamics of the Top 100 in both directions and the factors driving inbound and outbound trade. It also will look ahead to the rest of 2014 and the regulatory, economic and transportation issues U.S. importers and exporters face.

Moderator: Joe Bonney, Senior Editor, The Journal of Commerce

Speakers TBD 

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Jul 31, 2014 2:00PM EDT
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Port Productivity: 2013 Rankings and Best Practices

This webcast will analyze some of the crucial issues confronting ports and container terminal operators in clearing cargo from ship to shore, be it at the berth, in the yard or at the gate. Those challenges are only getting greater as ships increase to sizes unimaginable just a decade ago, and as ocean carriers face increasing financial pressure to meet tight schedules and to keep their vessels at sea, where they’re making money. On the landside, terminal operators and ports are coming under increasing pressure to improve productivity at their gates, where hours-long truck lines aren’t unusual during the busiest times of the day and year. How to resolve that is a point of significant contention among trucking operators and terminal operators.

Finally, the Webcast will discuss and analyze the results drawn from the JOC Port Productivity database, measuring the most efficient ports and terminal operators in terms of berth productivity for 2013.

Moderator: Bill Mongelluzzo, Senior Editor, The Journal of Commerce

Speakers: TBD

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Aug 21, 2014 2:00PM EDT
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Canada Trade

Canada’s four main container ports — Montreal, Halifax, Vancouver, and Prince Rupert — handle different levels of cargo for domestic Canadian consumption, combined with being entry points for cargo to the U.S. market, creating unique supply chain challenges while offering shippers and carriers an alternative to the largest U.S. ports. Intermodal rail continues to be a fundamental mode for moving international cargo within Canada and North America overall, and the country’s two main railroads — Canadian National and Canadian Pacific — have a vast interconnected network serving Canadian east-west markets and the U.S. Midwest, all connected to the four major ports, allowing them to compete aggressively with U.S. East and West Coast ports for cargo. That’s also true for vibrant north-south cross-border trade with the U.S., Canada’s largest trading partner by far. Bilateral trade has risen rapidly since the recession ended in 2010, hitting a record of nearly $650 billion in 2013, largely on the strength of commodities such as lumber products, heavy equipment, agriculture, automotive and petroleum.

This webcast will analyze Canada’s economic and trade outlook, the growth in trade through its Atlantic and Pacific ports, and the latest issues confronting Canadian shippers and other cargo interests.

Moderator: Peter Leach, Senior Editor, The Journal of Commerce

Speakers: TBD

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Sep 25, 2014 2:00PM EDT
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Global Logistics

Global supply chain interests have endured monumental change over the past three years as shippers and transportation providers have reshaped the way global trade moves in a new world order. Cargo owners are keeping inventories leaner than ever as they pursue new sourcing alternatives closer to destination markets, in the process slashing transportation and fuel costs and reducing their carbon footprints. Third-party logistics providers, always quick to adjust to changing market conditions, are responding by introducing new or upgraded technologies that provide greater insight and improved metrics for their customers.

This webcast will analyze the state of global supply chains, the outlook for the rest of 2014 and the new initiatives 3PLs are implementing to meet ever-growing customer needs. A centerpiece of the event will be discussion about the Top 40 Global Logistics Companies based on 2013 revenue.

Moderator: Joseph Bonney, Senior Editor, The Journal of Commerce

Speakers: TBD

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Oct 29, 2014 2:00PM EDT
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Asia Maritime

As one of the world’s primary drivers of global trade, the Asia-Pacific region has been the biggest success story in a maritime industry beset with problems for three years. But like other markets, it’s undergoing rapid change that is changing the dynamics. The introduction of the P3 Network among Maersk Line, Mediterranean Shipping and CMA CGM and expanding service network by the G6 Alliance is altering the landscape for shippers and ports in the trans-Pacific, trans-Atlantic and Asia-Europe trades, forcing smaller carriers to focus on the intra-Asia trade and other, smaller markets.

This Webcast, timed in the aftermath of the JOC’s TPM Asia Conference in Shenzhen will analyze the latest shipping trends in Asia as shippers and carriers wind down from the peak season and look toward 2015.

Moderator: Peter Leach, Senior Editor, The Journal of Commerce

Speakers: TBD

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Nov 20, 2014 2:00PM EST
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Intermodal: Year-End Review and Outlook

Long dominated by rapid growth in the movement of U.S. imports, the true success story for intermodal railroads in recent years has been on the domestic side, where traffic is growing more rapidly than international volumes. With increasing amounts of traffic shifting from trucking, that domestic focus likely will continue into the foreseeable future, but growth is leveling off and lower-priced trucking freight is leading to some waning of railroads’ longtime pricing power.

This webcast will analyze the latest trends in the intermodal rail market, the growing shift of traditional trucking cargoes to rail, and the outlook for 2015. It also will use the railroads’ third quarter earnings to examine the health of the market and how those results will impact capital investment in the future.

Moderator: Mark Szakonyi, Senior Editor, The Journal of Commerce

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Dec 11, 2014 2:00PM EST
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Global Maritime Forecast

2014 had no shortage of story lines that reshaped the global maritime market. Introduction of the P3 Network among the three largest carriers, expansion of the G6 alliance’s service network and the merger of Hapag-Lloyd and Chile’s CSAV dominated the discussion and forced shippers to adapt. As the year closes, this webcast will analyze what it all means for 2015 and the impact new and old story lines will have, including the introduction of SeaLand, Maersk Line’s new north-south division; the supply-demand equation amid stronger economic conditions in the U.S. and Europe; and China’s increasing manufacturing focus on its domestic markets.

Moderator: Peter Leach, Senior Editor, The Journal of Commerce

Speakers: TBD

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Archived Webcasts

Apr 3, 2014 2:00PM EDT
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According to ChainLink Research, spoilage and waste in the food supply chain account for a loss of 23 to 25 percent of produce post-harvest. Avoiding such costly waste in the coast-to-coast shipping of perishables requires that the cold chain be kept intact and best practices be observed to keep products as fresh as possible.

In this webcast, two cold chain experts from Railex, the largest weekly temperature-controlled truckload and less-than-truckload freight shipping service in North America, discuss the best practices for shipping perishable goods coast to coast. Learn what steps you should take, and the pitfalls to avoid, to protect your investment door-to-door. 

Moderator

Alessandra G. Barrett, Special Project Editor, JOC Group Inc.

Speakers

Paul Esposito, EVP-Network Planning and Government Relations, Railex

Jason Pollak, Director of Marketing, Railex

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Mar 20, 2014 2:00PM EDT
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Timed to run in the aftermath of the 14th Annual JOC TPM Conference, this Webcast will focus on the supply and demand of container space in the trans-Pacific trade, the economic fundamentals driving it and what it means for intermodal rail, industrial real estate and other segments of the supply chain. The big test for carriers this year is whether they’ll be able to manage vessel capacity in a way that limits the effect of the huge amount of new ships scheduled to be delivered. Several factors will help determine early in the year how that will play out, including the planned spring launch of the P3 Network among Maersk Line, CMA CGM and Mediterranean Shipping Co. and the response by other carriers and alliances. The true measure of that test will come later in the spring, when shippers and carriers wrap up annual service contracts.

This Webcast will feature JOC Economist Mario Moreno, who will discuss his latest forecasts for trans-Pacific import and export demand; and AlixPartners’ P. Foster Finley, Jr., who will deliver the results of his company’s latest survey on global sourcing trends.

Moderator:

Bill Mongelluzzo, Senior Editor, Trans-Pacific, JOC Group Inc.

Speakers 

P. Foster Finley Jr.Managing Director, Co-Head, Global Supply Chain Practice, Alix Partners.

Mario O. Moreno, Economist, JOC Group Inc. 

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Feb 20, 2014 2:00PM EST
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Third-party logistics had a better year than many other transportation sectors in 2013. Gross revenues topped $150 billion for the first time. All of the market segments showed growth with domestic transportation management leading the way. Overall net revenue growth was 4.9 percent. But profitability pressure is emerging and changes in regional markets could limit 3PL growth in 2014. Overall, the global 3PL market is estimated to be a $704 billion business, with the Asia-Pacific controlling a dominant 36 percent market share, according to Armstrong & Associates. North America accounts for $177 billion or 25 percent. Although China should drive long-term logistics growth, the double-digit expansion of recent years is likely to slow and become more domestically oriented. 

In this Webcast, Dan Ryan, vice president of transportation for C.H. Robinson will examine the challenges and opportunities third-party logistics providers and shippers face in a rapidly changing market, and Blaine Kelley, senior vice president of CBRE’s Global Supply Chain Group will examine the latest trends in industrial real estate and how 3PLs are adapting.

Moderator: Joe Bonney, Senior Editor, Finance, and Economics, JOC Group Inc.

Speakers: 
Blaine Kelley, Senior Vice President, Global Supply Chain Group, CBRE
Dan Ryan, Vice President, Transportation, C.H. Robinson Inc.

 

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Jan 23, 2014 11:00AM EST
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As 2014 gets under way, the big question is whether trucking supply and demand will remain balanced this year, or whether a long-predicted truck and driver shortage will disrupt supply chains and raise costs as the economy gains steam. Since the end of the Great Recession in June 2009, transportation analysts, journalists and trucking executives have repeatedly predicted the crunch to top all capacity crunches, when freight demand would fast outstrip depleted truckload fleets. Four years later, those predictions are still predictions. Truck rates did rise in 2010 and 2011 after plummeting during the recession, but truckload and less-than-truckload revenue and pricing increased slowly in 2012 and 2013, hampered by an economy not firing on all cylinders. By comparison, the North American intermodal market will likely be downright predictable. That’s less-than-thrilling news for investors but a dose of much-needed certainty for shippers. Much like 2013, domestic intermodal pricing growth is expected to be weak, despite healthy volume gains and tightening truck capacity, while international intermodal will likely swing wildly along with ocean cargo and the peaks and valleys that come with global trade trends.

 

This Webcast will analyze the outlook for the North American trucking and intermodal rail markets in 2014, including forecasts for supply and demand and commodity-specific market drivers.

 

Moderator: Mark Szakonyi, Senior Editor, The Journal of Commerce

 

Speakers:

 

Tony Hatch, Transportation Analyst, ABH Consulting

 

Jett McCandless, Founder and President, CarrierDirect

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Jan 16, 2014 2:00PM EST
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If ocean carriers, shippers, and intermediaries thought, the yo-yo that freight rates were on in 2013 was wild, wait until this year. 2013, of course, was marked by record deliveries of new vessel capacity. Coupled with tepid growth in demand from a struggling Europe and a slowing China, rates fell freely through much of the year, despite numerous rate increases that carriers tried to push through, with consistently short-lived success. Overcapacity again is likely to be a major story line in 2014, with demand again expected to grow at a slower pace. That combination likely will keep ocean carriers under severe pricing pressure that could be exacerbated by the advent of the P3 Network among Maersk Line, Mediterranean Shipping Co. and CMA CGM, which they hope to launch in the spring. The P3 will intensify competition this year as other carriers scramble to create new alliance groupings that match the threat they see coming.

This Webcast will analyze the outlook for the major North American trade lanes — including supply-demand forecasts — in the year ahead.

Moderator: Bill Mongelluzzo, Senior Editor, The Journal of Commerce

Speakers:

Mario O. Moreno, Economist, The Journal of Commerce

Jonathan Gold, Vice President, Supply Chain & Customs Policy, National Retail Federation

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Dec 12, 2013 11:00AM EST
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For years security along the Suez Canal was largely a non-issue. But since the military overthrow of the Morsi government in Egypt in June, the situation has changed. A jihadist uprising has led to attacks on military outposts and on commercial shipping as seen most dramatically in the Aug. 31 rocket-propelled grenade attack on the container ship Cosco Asia as it passed through the canal, captured in a widely viewed video. Given that some 15 to 20 percent of global container trade passes through the Suez Canal, according to Drewry, with 3,300 container ship transits in 2012, concern about possible disruption is growing among container lines and their customers whose supply chains require uninterrupted operation of the 120-mile-long waterway.

In this webcast, experts in security and political risk will assess the current situation and the potential for further violence and possible disruption in 2014. 

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Nov 21, 2013 2:00PM EST
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When the head of the world's largest ocean carrier talks about market trends, the industry listens. So when Maersk Line CEO Soren Skou told 2,000 attendees at the JOC's TPM Conference in Long Beach last March that 12 percent of invoices issued by ocean carriers contain inaccuracies, shippers took notice. Worse, increasing volatility in rates makes improving accuracy in invoicing all the more complicated. Since TPM, shippers large and small have gone back to their books and reopened dialogue about how they handle back-office operations and, more importantly, how they can recoup payments from inaccurate billing. Whether done in-house or by third-party specialists, auditing ocean freight invoices is a layered process that, done correctly, can help customers do just that.

This webcast will examine common ocean freight invoice compliance failures, the challenges of operating in today’s contracting and rate environment, and the Top 3 things you need to know to improve accuracy and accountability.

 

 

Nov 12, 2013 2:00PM EST
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Global supply chain interests have endured monumental change over the past four years. The worst recession in decades required third-party logistics providers and other supply chain interests to dramatically change their business models as retailers slashed inventories, adopted revolutionary environmental initiatives and slashed costs. The environmental pressure has been equally strong — if not stronger — among federal, state and local governments, part of a new regulatory environment that is challenging companies up and down the global supply chain. Internationally, supply chains are as long as ever, but the debate over near-sourcing is accelerating as fuel prices surge. Amid all the changes, technology providers are rushing out new products to help companies navigate the regulatory and trade minefield.

This webcast, timed in the aftermath of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals’ Annual Global Conference, will analyze the state of global supply chains, how 3PLs are responding to ever-growing customer needs and new technology services that aim to boost supply chain efficiency.

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Oct 8, 2013 2:00PM EDT
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Canada’s four main container ports — Montreal, Halifax, Vancouver, and Prince Rupert — handle different levels of cargo for domestic Canadian consumption, combined with being entry points for cargo to the U.S. market, creating unique supply chain challenges while offering shippers and carriers an alternative to the largest U.S. ports. Intermodal rail continues to be a fundamental mode for moving international cargo within Canada and North America overall, and the country’s two main railroads — Canadian National and Canadian Pacific — have a vast interconnected network serving Canadian east-west markets and the U.S. Midwest, all connected to the four major ports, allowing them to compete aggressively with U.S. East and West Coast ports for cargo that is recovering rapidly from the downturn and will only grow in the years ahead, when the expansion of the Panama Canal is complete. That’s also true for vibrant north-south cross-border trade with the U.S., Canada’s largest trading partner in the world. Bilateral trade has risen rapidly since the recession ended in 2010, hitting a record US$615 billion in 2012, largely on the strength of commodities such as lumber products, heavy equipment, agriculture, automotive and petroleum.

This webcast will analyze Canada’s economic and trade outlook, the growth in trade through its Atlantic and Pacific ports, and the future of Arctic sea routes that could provide shippers and carriers with distinct advantages.

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Oct 3, 2013 2:00PM EDT
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Export classification is a complex, layered process, but the obligation of proper declaration falls to the U.S. exporter, and the definition of ‘export’ is wide, so mastering it is vital. In this webcast, we will examine the challenges of classification in the U.S., the intricacies of the U.S. Export Control Classification Number (ECCN) system, key tips and best practices for dealing with technical data, and the role of automation.

Speakers Suzanne Bullitt, a Certified U.S. Export Compliance Officer and Trade Compliance Director at Invensys, and Kristine Bols, Director of Trade Content at Amber Road, will discuss: 

-- Developing internal classification processes and training

-- The importance of record keeping and automation

-- Dealing with country-specific regulations and interpretations

-- Tricky situations, such as the oral exchange of information, which is a “deemed export”

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Oct 1, 2013 2:00PM EDT
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Timed to be held in the run-up to the JOC TPM Asia Conference in Shenzhen, this Webcast will focus on the challenges and opportunities for importers and exporters, and transportation and logistics companies in China, where a combination of slowing growth, a more inward-looking economic strategy, rising costs and new regulations are changing the business dynamics in Asia’s largest market.

Attendees will hear from two premier experts on the ground in China, who will discuss the future of doing business in the country, how changing consumer habits will impact strategic thinking and current trends in contract logistics.

Sep 5, 2013 11:00AM EDT
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When exclusive JOC Port Productivity data was released in July, it came with a message that rings loud and clear: Marine terminal operators must do a better job of delivering the vessel productivity required by ocean carriers and the cargo interests with goods aboard their ships. The data, part of a five-year effort that secured cooperation from 17 of the world’s largest ocean carriers, represents the first time comparisons of port productivity performance can be drawn on a global scale. Using confidential data based on more than 100,000 vessel calls at 600 marine terminals and 400 global ports, the JOC has developed 2012 productivity rankings in three regions: the Americas, Asia, and Europe-Middle East-Africa.

This hour long Webcast will analyze the results of the 2012 data, the factors that separate the strongest performers and explain why ports in some regions are at a distinct advantage in getting a ship loaded, unloaded and back to sea in a way that allows carriers to keep to tight sailing schedules.

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Aug 22, 2013 2:00PM EDT
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  • Old Dominion Freight Line, Inc.

Eighteen months after they were released in late 2011, the frequently revised and controversial hours of service rules took effect on July 1. Even as a federal appeals court considers a legal challenge to the new regulations that further restrict the number of hours a trucker can be on the road, carriers and drivers must comply or face steep fines. Many believe the new HOS rules, coupled with other regulatory mandates such as CSA 2010 and electronic-onboard readers will only exacerbate the driver shortage carriers already face. For shippers, that equates to tightening capacity and higher rates, just as demand picks up during the peak shipping season and the economic recovery shows signs of picking up. Technology, however, can help all three groups impacted by the regulations — carriers, shippers and drivers — navigate these new supply chain challenges.

This special Webcast will analyze the particular obstacles the trucking industry faces, what impact they are likely to have on supply chains, and how technology not only can help impacted parties comply, but also prevent potentially crippling supply chain interruptions.

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Jul 30, 2013 2:00PM EDT
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Shippers and carriers across all modes again are anxiously watching the economy. Revenue and cargo volumes were largely up for most transportation segments early in the year, but profitability varies wildly depending on mode. Tight capacity has bolstered trucking operators. Pricing power has swept freight railroads to billions of dollars in profits. But international air and ocean carriers are struggling under the weight of excess capacity and moderate trade growth. But some key indicators point to a strong underlying U.S. economy that’s being weighed down by weakness overseas.

Consumer sentiment is strong; U.S. manufacturing is on a steady growth path; and housing markets are rallying. With a slew of new ships scheduled for delivery this year, the outlook is perhaps most worrisome on the container shipping side, where rates have declined steadily since the beginning of the year on the major east-west trades. Trucking companies have different concerns: new hours-of-service and security regulations that could hurt driver availability, causing artificial capacity constraints, but thereby putting carriers in strong position to raise rates.

This Webcast will analyze the upcoming peak shipping season, including the outlook for the holiday buying season that is so critical to shippers and carriers.

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Jun 25, 2013 2:00PM EDT
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As the driver of global trade, the Asia-Pacific region has some of the largest container ports in the world, including the world’s three largest, Shanghai, Hong Kong, and Singapore. It also has some of the strongest and most rapidly emerging economies, from the world’s manufacturing and export giant China to South Korea, the United States’ newest free trade partner. However, as emerging markets, they are inextricably linked to the largest consumer markets in the world: the U.S. and Europe. So when the economies in those two regions lag, Asia feels a major impact. That is the case now, with the U.S. economy creeping along with slow growth, and much of Europe stuck in a debt-driven recession. But the outlook is improving, especially for the second half of 2013, so some reason for optimism is returning for ocean carriers and shippers operating in the world’s two largest ocean shipping routes, the Asia-Europe and trans-Pacific.

This Webcast will examine the outlook for this critical trade region, the impact Europe’s financial crisis and the U.S. economy will have on Asia and what it all means for oceanborne and airborne trade and the carriers that handles it.

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