FMC looks to smooth out box flow to and from terminals

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In the FMC outreach on this new effort, the emphasis was on discussions with industry, rather than regulatory mandates.

The thrust of the potential reforms would be smoothing out the movement of boxes in and out of terminals. A familiar refrain in this respect from seaport entities (sometimes, not always), is “We are a landlord port…it’s up to the individual terminal operators to keep throughput running smoothly.”

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