Tacoma, Seattle port container cargoes up 14 percent last month

By John Gillie, July 21, 2015, The News Tribune

The container terminals at the ports of Tacoma and Seattle saw a 14 percent jump in cargo traffic last month as shippers sought Puget Sound’s less congested ports to handle their imports and exports.


Other West Coast ports are still coping with cargoes that stacked up over several months late last year and earlier this year during protracted contract negotiations between the Longshore union and the Pacific Maritime Association which represents shipping lines and terminal operators on the West Coast.


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