US ports await impact of Chilean strike
Apr 04, 2013 | 01:55 PM
| Suzy Waite
NEW YORK An ongoing strike at Chilean ports could impact copper deliveries to Panama City, Fla., and New Orleans in the next few weeks.
"If we are going to see any change in the rate of delivery, it will start to show up in the next few weeks," a Panama City port spokesman told AMM. "So far, we have not seen any impacts. Its still a little early to know whether were going to see impacts or not."
"Its still pretty soon after the (Chilean) work stoppages began," a Port of New Orleans spokesman said, "(but) anything that affects shipments of nonferrous metal (from Chile) could affect the Port of New Orleans."....
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