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November 17, 2022

By Lori Ann LaRocco

The decrease in orders has prompted an increase in cancellation of sailings and issues for U.S. exports with less ships coming to domestic ports. The redirection of sea trade to the East Coast and increased use of rail to move ocean cargo West is another factor. “We are experiencing challenges with exports being brought to West Coast ports from the east via rail,” said Paul Brashier, vice president, drayage and intermodal at ITS Logistics.

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