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William Cassidy

Senior Editor, JOC, Maritime & Trade

Mr. William (Bill) Cassidy is a senior editor of The Journal of Commerce (JOC) for Maritime & Trade at IHS Markit.

He is a leading expert in US trucking, logistics and supply chain technology issues, covering trucking for various publications since 1984 and for the JOC since 1996. Mr. Cassidy speaks regularly with industry executives and shippers. His reporting provides readers with insights into key trends that affect their bottom lines and shipping choices, and he frequently speaks at industry events. JOC Group Inc., a premier provider of US seaborne trade intelligence through data, online content and events, was acquired by IHS Markit in 2014 and JOC is now part of IHS Markit. Mr. Cassidy is a graduate of the State University of New York, US, where he attended the SUNY-Oneonta campus.

  • Maritime & Trade
  • Freight Markets
  • Medium and Heavy Trucks
  • Regional Economics
  • Sourcing and Supply Chain
  • Economic Risk
  • Economic Data
  • Automotive Supply Chain
  • Consumer Spending
  • Container Shipping
  • Drayage Trucking
  • Electric Vehicle Power Grid Implications
  • Gasoline and Diesel Markets
  • Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
  • Housing Markets
  • Industry Monitoring and Trends
  • Less Than Truckload (LTL) Shipping
  • Market Disruption
  • Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI)
  • Rail Transport
  • Supply Chain Logistics
  • Supply Chain Risk
  • Truckload Shipping
  • Vehicle Sales/Registrations
  • Vehicle Types/Segments
  • Vehicles In Operation (VIO/PARC)
  • Electric Vehicles (EVs/Batteries/EV Charging)

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EVENT REPLAY

JOC Inland: Safeguarding Supply Chains in a Turbulent Market Second of A Two-Part JOC Events Webcast Series

12 Nov 2020 Global

This two-part webcast series will help shippers sort fact from hype and develop a grounded view of coming logistics needs and transportation environment. Our panels will bring together top analysts, shippers, and trucking, intermodal, and logistics executives.

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