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More than 40% of retailers and manufacturers plan to shift volume to East Coast ports on a long-term basis as a result of chronic congestion on the West Coast, according to the findings of a new American Shipper research report.
Top executives described initiatives to improve flow of cargo off docks at the nation's two largest ports during the TPM conference in Long Beach.
Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker said the January export drop “reaffirms the need for strong trade policies to help U.S. businesses increase exports.”
Real time data needed for distributing, marketing, promotional and sales activities, according to the Global Shippers Alliance.
A bipartisan group of former Commerce Department secretaries urged Congress to pass Trade Promotion Authority, which expired back in July 2007.
The latest round of congestion mitigation at the port involves transferring of RTG cranes to Portsmouth terminal.