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Storms on the horizon for West Coast port markets

After a prolonged period of weakness, the West Coast ports have seen an improvement in trade volumes recently. However, industrial demand in these markets remains very weak and growing headwinds – most notably the threat of greater tariffs on Chinese imports – suggest that they may continue to lose market share to the East and Gulf ports in the next few years.

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