East Coast ports gaining ground

East Coast ports gaining ground

Supply chain users look to diversify to East Coast and Gulf ports after long-lasting labor dispute at West Coast ports.

EAST Coast ports are growing at a faster rate than their West Coast counterparts, according to the inaugural edition of the "North America Ports Logistics Annual Report" by CBRE Group Inc.

The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, Cal., still topped the report's first-ever "Ports & Logistics Index," but the recent congestion at West Coast ports placed a spotlight on labor and port efficiencies.

In response, supply chain u

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