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Our Members Reflect on the Year That Was and the Year Ahead

What a year for the shipping industry!  We faced trucking shortages, embargoes, trade tariff hikes, reduced capacity and much more.  A wise man once said, “I can't change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination.”   Our members and industry experts share their thoughts about the winds of development that were most impactful in 2018 and what their projections are for 2019.  

Maersk's 2018 Peak Season Take Aways

Back in August we talked to Matt Hill, Head of Transpacific Trade for Maersk North America about Maersk’s decision to start posting Transpacific eastbound offers on NYSHEX, and hear his outlook for the last months of 2018. (Read the post here.)

New NYSHEX Member Council Appointees Announced for 2019

We are delighted to introduce the 2019 NYSHEX Member Council The Member Council is designed to consist of leaders from the shipping industry - three BCOs, three NVOCCs, and three carrier representatives. The role of the Member Council is to propose recommendations or updates to NYSHEX operations, processes, and technology – acting as the voice of all current and future members to ensure the exchange remains a collaborative solution for all in the industry.  

Fueling the volatility: A glimpse into 2019 for shippers - straight from SCITC

Throughout my career, I’ve attended the South Carolina International Trade Conference (SCITC) in Charleston.  Every time I go, I am reminded of what Rhett Butler says in Gone with the Wind – “I'm going back to Charleston, where there is still a little grace and civility left in the world.”  Once again, this held true at this year’s 45th annual SCITC Conference where I felt the welcoming embrace of the Holy City.

How Hapag-Lloyd is Harnessing the Forward this Harvest Season

When George Washington said, “Agriculture is the most healthful, most useful, and most noble employment of man,” he understood the dedication and hard work of U.S. farmers and the importance of this work.  Now, moving into the fall agricultural (agri) harvest season, we’re looking at the challenges impacting these diligent U.S. farmers as they prepare their crops for export.