East Coast builds on West Coast’s problems

East Coast builds on West Coast’s problems

Some of the most pivotal developments in U.S. container transportation, such as the first double-stack train in 1984 and the launch of the first post-Panamax vessel four years later (both APL innovations), helped fuel the rise of West Coast ports as the primary U.S. container gateways. Now we’re witnessing another game-changing development potentially on par with those earlier ones, although for the West Coast the impact is the opposite.

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