West coast once more becomes a contender
HAS the pendulum swing that involves Asian container traffic bypassing US west coast ports for east coast hubs finally reversed? One industry observer, Larry Gross, believes that a rising trend towards all-water services to the east coast US ports via the
Panama Canal has “run its course”, reaching a peak at the end of 2007
and then flattening out, writes Roger Hailey.
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