Baltimore container terminal to close again as China volumes wane

Baltimore container terminal to close again as China volumes wane

With 30 percent of its containerized imports tied to China, the sole container terminal at the Port of Baltimore will close for two more days in March due to low cargo volumes from the coronavirus-afflicted nation.

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