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Collister Johnson Jr., administrator of the Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corp., says the
uShip, which claims to be the e-Bay of the transportation world, has
Robert Voltmann, CEO and president of Transportation Intermediaries Association, details legislative action relating to freight brokers and what his members expect for 2012.
Noel Perry, FTR Associates’ managing director and senior consultant, explains the economic recovery but warns that the U.S. deficit crisis could cause a slowdown in two years.
Rudy Mack, chief operating officer of American Feeder Lines, provides an update on AFL’s coastwise container service.
Moffatt & Nichol Chief Economist Walter Kemmsies discusses the need for U.S. transportation infrastructure investment.
Peter Tirschwell, VP of Strategy for UBM Global Trade (the parent group of The Journal of Commerce) offers closing remarks on another successful Trans-Pacific Maritime Long Beach conference.
Dr. Hu Jianhua, managing director of China Merchants Holdings, says Chinese terminal traffic has dipped as the economy slows, but he sees potential in the company's initiatives in Lagos and Sri Lanka.
Bryn Heimbeck, president of Trade Tech, says the logistics industry will further embrace cloud computing as a way to better share information provided from sources from across the globe.
SeaIntel Maritime Analysis CEO Lars Jensen says the deployment of megaships brings advantages of economies of scale and environmental benefits, but the larger ships also cut into carrier's flexibility
Bill Wyatt, executive director, Port of Portland discusses port’s emphasis on building local cargo and strategies for helping create less-expensive transportation for shippers through area prope