Shippers Flock to Smaller Ports Miles From Coast

Shippers Flock to Smaller Ports Miles From Coast

With consumer demand moderate at best three years after the deepest recession in decades, major U.S. shippers aren’t rushing to add distribution and warehousing space at the clusters of distribution centers around coastal seaports. Momentum appears to be accelerating at inland ports.

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