Georgia, Virginia ports file Gateway co-op agreement

Georgia, Virginia ports file Gateway co-op agreement

Published on February 28, 2017

Eyeing potential growing container traffic along the U.S. East Coast, Georgia and Virginia ports on Feb. 24 filed for permission to create an “East Coast Gateway Terminal Agreement.”

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