To switch tracks just a bit, from our perspective, we've been working on empty container repositioning for the last 10 years. We've made slow and steady progress. We're now on the verge, where we have an amendment that would allow foreign-flag ships to reposition their empty containers between Canadian ports.
It's a big deal because it gives a carrier the flexibility to use its assets in the most efficient way possible, and those effects trickle down through the chain. But because of the way the bill is written, and because of the lack of clarity in terms of which party is actually eligible to reposition its empties, we almost have a missed opportunity. We'll have this amendment come into effect and it could be that when you have a vessel-sharing agreement, which, by the way, is the way the container shipping industry operates, we're going to be in a situation where your carrier can reposition its empties in one-fifth of the cases only when they're acting as the master carrier. It would be a missed opportunity.