Tacoma uses on-dock rail as a competitive advantage

Tacoma uses on-dock rail as a competitive advantage

TACOMA — On-dock rail is a requirement for West Coast ports, which ship about two-thirds of their containerized imports inland via intermodal, but the Port of Tacoma really sees efficient rail operations as a strategic advantage in its competition for market share with Canada and California ports.

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