Southeast Port Supremacy Hinging on Inland Ports

Georgia’s plan simply follows a growing trend among port operators across the country, said Kent Gourdin, director of global logistics and transportation programs at the College of Charleston.

“It’s becoming very popular,” Gourdin said. “Other ports have done the same thing like Los Angeles and others. It’s a way to make your port more marketable.


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