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The Journal of Commerce Publishes Flagship Annual Review and Outlook

NEWARK, N.J., Jan. 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The Journal of Commerce has published its Annual Review and Outlook, the supply chain business-to-business media outlet's largest and most important publication of the year, and launched a corresponding set of pages on its industry-leading Web site, www.joc.com.

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The Annual Review and Outlook is a comprehensive analysis of what supply chain interests can expect in the year ahead, based on what the industry learned in 2012. It includes an exclusive, in-depth examination of all areas of the JOC's regular coverage – international container shipping, trucking, rail, regulation, third-party logistics, supply chain management and air cargo – delivered daily on its Web site and biweekly in its award-winning magazine by an unmatched team of logistics journalists.

The centerpiece of the coverage is the JOC's 5th Annual Shippers Roundtable, a wide-ranging interview with three importers and exporters – Patrick Halloran, director of global trade and logistics at Cardinal Health; Steve Harmon, vice president of transportation at Kimberly-Clark; and Mark Widner, director of international transportation and customs at Dal-Tile – about the challenges and opportunities in the year ahead. To read the Shippers Roundtable, see http://www.joc.com/economy-watch/us-economy-news/dangling-cliff-shippers-roundtable_20130103.html.

The Annual Review and Outlook also includes more than 150 short commentaries from industry executives about the challenges they see in the international trade and supply chain arenas in 2013, and exclusive data that helps illustrate the direction of international and domestic freight transportation.

The JOC will be rolling out its Special Annual Review and Outlook Digital coverage through January 14, with updates throughout the first quarter. Watch www.joc.com for updates.

About The Journal of Commerce: The JOC is the leading information and marketing services provider for the domestic and international containerized cargo community. It delivers high-quality intelligence and expertise to help customers make better business decisions — in print, online and face-to-face at leading industry events. In addition, the JOC provides best-in-breed marketing channels to help companies reach their target audience. JOC.com is the foremost industry Web site covering international and domestic logistics issues on a daily basis, and The Journal of Commerce is, and has been since 1827, the source for authoritative editorial content relied on by international logistics executives around the world. The JOC organizes several leading industry events each year, including the flagship conference, TPM in Long Beach, Calif. For more information visit JOC.com and JOCevents.com.

About UBM Global Trade -- UBM Global Trade is the leading provider of proprietary data, news, business intelligence and analytical content supporting commercial maritime, rail, trucking, warehousing and logistics industries worldwide. The company's portfolio of more than 100 online, print and interactive workflow business solutions includes The Journal of Commerce, Breakbulk, RailResource, PIERS and an array of international trade and transportation databases and directories. UBM Global Trade, a subsidiary of UBM plc, is headquartered in Newark, NJ, with offices throughout the United States. For more information, explore www.ubmglobaltrade.com or call 800-223-0243 (+1-973-776-8660 outside the U.S. or Canada). 

SOURCE The Journal of Commerce

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