Thank you for the question.
In the context of international trade agreements, what we look at is how specific trade agreements can bring us one step closer to a truly seamless border experience. That is the experience that we as a company aim to deliver to our customers, but obviously as a broker and an operator that's something that we would also like to see in the day-to-day realities of our own operations.
Taken in the context specifically of trade agreements, we look at how we can work together with national or local customs authorities and representatives in ensuring that there are efficient customs resources at borders, ensuring that technology is up to date, and ensuring that changes to technology occur in collaboration with those who are going to use those systems and programs. That's very specifically in the context of trade.
On disrupters more generally, it's certainly something that as an industry we look at. As a company, we use a lot of technology. We deploy our own proprietary technology to help us move goods more quickly within our own networks as well, but that's perhaps less connected specifically to international trade.