Eastern Canada port backlog easing; normal flow weeks away

Eastern Canada port backlog easing; normal flow weeks away

A dislocation of railcars, exacerbated by railroads serving a surge of imports at Western Canadian ports, and constrained marine terminal space in Eastern Canada has slowed the ability of marine terminals to clear a backlog caused by recent strikes.

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