Barge and rail service helps connect PNW exporters to Asia

Barge and rail service helps connect PNW exporters to Asia

A container-on-barge and rail shuttle service in the Pacific Northwest is preserving the ability of exporters of agricultural and paper products in the region to serve their customers in Asia since the Port of Portland lost well over 90 percent of its container volume earlier this year due to a prolonged labor dispute.

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