What supply chain crisis? Jacksonville port is open for business as congestion plagues West Coast ports

12/20/2021
Business has been brisk and largely problem-free this year at the Port of Jacksonville, says Alberto Cabrera, the port’s director of cruise and cargo development. “[We] can handle a lot more capacity,” he says. “We have a lot of growth opportunities.” Jacksonville Port Authority

Business has been brisk and largely problem-free this year at the Port of Jacksonville, says Alberto Cabrera, the port’s director of cruise and cargo development. “[We] can handle a lot more capacity,” he says. “We have a lot of growth opportunities.”  

 
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