Congestion overcome…challenges ahead


The congestion suffered by NAWC ports last year may have been a blessing in disguise as it spurred changes that have kept cargo moving this year, with few ports reporting traffic build-up, other than Vancouver BC, caught up in a truck strike through late summer. By mid-year USWC ports were handling 11 per cent more cargo than in the same period last year – a trend that has continued into early autumn.

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