More signs of West Coast port woes spurring cargo shift to opposite coast

More signs of West Coast port woes spurring cargo shift to opposite coast

When U.S. West Coast port congestion clears, there are increasing signs that shippers’ frustrations with shipment delays of weeks will spur them to permanently re-route freight through the East Coast, much like they did in 2002 following a 10-day marine terminal lockout.

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