East Coast ports gear up for growth
Dec 05, 2011 | 10:24 AM
| Catherine Ngai
NEW YORK More East Coast ports are taking measures to handle increased business in anticipation of the $5.2-billion Panama Canal expansion to be completed in August 2014.
Some analysts say that East Coast ports could benefit from as much as a 10- to 12-percent jump in container volume traffic from the expansion, and major metals ports are racing to dredge deeper in order to accommodate post-Panamax vesselsthe largest ships that can sail on the canalthat....
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