Officials at Jacksonville, Mobile, Virginia ports eye intermodal growth in 2023, but expect challenges

12/8/2022
Anticipating cargo gains in 2023, the Jacksonville Port Authority has several rail-related infrastructure projects on the books that will enhance intermodal capabilities to “maximize rail” at multiple terminals, says Alberto Cabrera, the port’s director of cruise and cargo development. Jacksonville Port Authority

Three of the nation’s ports are positioning themselves for slower — but still substantial — container volume growth in in the year ahead.

 
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