Northwest Containers Loaded

June 2004
Traffic World;6/14/2004, Vol. 268 Issue 24, p33
Trade Publication
Reports on the 17.4 percent surge in container volumes posted by the Port of Seattle, Washington in April 2004. Record increase in twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) for the port; Washington Public Ports Association's projected annual growth for Puget Sound port through 2025.


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