Bonney, Joseph
November 2016
Journal of Commerce (1542-3867);2016 Directory of Transportation, Vol. 17, p6
The article focuses on challenges concerning the shipping industry following collapse of Hanjin Shipping and need for management of the risks concerned with the same. Topics discussed include views of Dennis Mottola, manager at construction company Bechtel, regarding scheduling of shipments, views of Sune Thorleifsson, head at SAL Heavy Lift, regarding value proposition and cargo safety and involvement of shipping with logistics networks for risk management.


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