Shippers Look to Alleviate Port Jams

Felgner, Brent
October 2005
Home Textiles Today;10/31/2005, Vol. 27 Issue 8, p8
Trade Publication
Reports on the recommendations made by the Waterfront Coalition to address the expected growth of port traffic in the United States. Key factors contributing to the increase in port traffic; Need to make harbor trucking a profitable business; Operation of ports during extended hours.


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