U.S. Shippers have options to busy West Coast Port

A growing number of U.S. businesses are opting to route shipments from Asia through Canadian or East Coast ports, as a way to avoid congestion at major West Coast ports.  In fact, Canada’s Port Prince Rupert and Port Metro Vancouver have emerged as major competitors, as businesses take advantage of direct rail service to Chicago and other U.S. destinations.  A new white paper from Purolator International, “Asian Import Strategy – Alternatives to West Coast Ports,” details current trends in ocean shipping, and offers insight for shippers looking for greater efficiency in their logistics strategy.  Please click here to download a complimentary copy of the white paper.

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