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36 26 Ocean Transportation Intermediaries’ U.S. Regulatory Scheme
European Ocean Freight Forwarders and Freight Pricing: what you need to know. – By Carlos Rodriguez 28 Chassis Provisioning 2020: A Look Ahead
Within the chassis sector, the concept of collaboration and maximized synergies translates into full interoperability. – By Mike Wilson 36 Ballast off a Sinking Ship?
Looming deadlines to comply with global ballast water regulations and a shortage of dry-dock capacity may see many serviceable ships sent into early retirement, according to the latest ABS analysis. – By William Burroughs 40 Blockchain and DNA
The game changers in the IMO 2020 challenge. – By Marc Johnson & Stuart Hall 44 Teleoperation: Set to Revolutionize Intermodal Operations
As the pressures mount to improve effciencies, safety and a port’s environmental footprint, the means to make all of that happen are already within reach. And, contrary to what organized labor might think, it’s not about reducing headcounts. – By Amit Rosenweig 46 Operational Effciency
The key to success in a post-2020 world. – By Cassandra Higham 48 Container Volume Data Tells a Story – By John D. McCown 50 Statistics: Slips, Trips & Falls
The American Club, ABS & Lamar University are collaborating to standardize reporting, provide recommendations and ultimately improve day-to-day maritime safety.
ON THE COVER
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As many as 30,000 commercial ships are required
ALL Emissions matter in 2020 to install new ballast water management systems in the near future. Not all will. All of them, one way or another, will head for either the shipyard or, conversely, the bone yard. The story begins
IS IT TOO LATE TO COMPLY?
COMPLIANCE, REPORTING on page 36. & ENFORCEMENT
LOOKING FORWARD TO
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