Planning a Smooth Peak

Mongeluzzo, Bill
April 2006
Traffic World;4/17/2006, Vol. 270 Issue 16, p31
Trade Publication
The article reports that West Coast ports will be kept congestion free during the 2006 peak shipping season due to closer shipper-carrier collaboration. It has been predicted that West Coast ports will see another year of record cargo volumes in 2006. The intermodal industry will try its best to handle the load with little or no congestion.


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