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The JOC Top 100 Exporters - Part 2: Analyzing the Rankings

Start Date:6/27/2019

Start Time:1:00 PM CDT / 2:00 Pm et

Duration:60 minutes


The annual Top 100 Importers and Exporters report is one of the most extensive products The Journal of Commerce produces. Based on exclusive research, it analyzes the largest global companies shipping containerized goods to and from the US — essential information for shippers, carriers, and third-party logistics providers. 

This webcast, the second in a two-part series, will analyze the makeup and dynamics of the Top 100 US Exporters and the factors driving outbound trade. It also will look ahead to the rest of 2019 and the regulatory, economic and transportation issues US exporters face.

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Chris Brooks


Programming, JOC Events, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit

Director, Programming, JOC Events, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit

Chris Brooks leads JOC Events programs and works closely with the online team focusing on and The Journal of Commerce. A 30-year company veteran, his career has spanned every aspect of the editorial operation, from copy and front-line editing to design, reporting, and overseeing numerous websites. From 2008 through 2017, he managed the day-to-day editorial operation, including its team of award-winning journalists. He now leads the programming teams for nine annual JOC events, including TPM, TPM Asia, Container Trade Europe, and the JOC Inland Distribution, Gulf Shipping, Breakbulk and Heavy-Lift, and Port Performance North America conferences. Brooks also oversees the JOC's editorially driven series of webinars. He holds a bachelor's degree in journalism from Lock Haven University in Lock Haven, Pennsylvania.

Dustin Braden

Shipper Engagement Manager, JOC, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit

Dustin Braden began his time with the JOC as an intern in 2014 before returning full time as assistant web editor in 2015, managing and editing international correspondents and copy. In 2017, he moved into the role of data analyst, compiling market intelligence and analysis drawing on a wide array of IHS Markit data to inform and enrich JOC reporting. In 2018, Braden became the JOC’s shipper relationship manager, and is now responsible for working with shippers to provide data, advice, and insight on the shipping industry to help them succeed in their day-to-day operations while ensuring that JOC content speaks to shipper needs and provides actionable solutions.

Bill Mongelluzzo

Executive Editor

Senior Editor, West Coast, JOC, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit

Based in Long Beach, California, Bill Mongelluzzo is senior editor for the trans-Pacific at JOC within Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit. Bill joined The Journal of Commerce in 1980 as New Orleans correspondent. He moved to Long Beach in 1985 and opened the Los Angeles-Long Beach bureau. He served as maritime editor of The Journal of Commerce in New York in 1992-93 before returning to Southern California. Bill began his journalism career in 1972 as a reporter with the Times-Picayune in New Orleans. He is a native of Chicago and has a bachelor's in journalism from the University of Missouri and a master's in history from the University of New Orleans. Bill speaks regularly to industry groups and serves leading roles on the programming committees for the JOC's TPM, Inland Distribution and Port Performance North America conferences.


The JOC Top 100 Exporters - Part 2: Analyzing the Rankings
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