Lower prices, more space drive US soy shippers to East Coast

Lower prices, more space drive US soy shippers to East Coast

The soybean export surge at East Coast ports spells trouble for West Coast ports' market share and confirms that aggressive carrier pricing and less-costly rail rates to the East Coast will continue to push exports and imports to East Coast gateways.

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