Not all disruptors are equal

On track: ports could get ahead of the curve through better 'freight mobility'. Credit: Gord McKenna

COMMENT: Disruption is in the air - or should we say, on the water since this article is about seaports, and will not mention drones. Although one could argue that a widened Panama Canal is really an expansion, not a disruption, and that reconfiguring alliances of large carriers is, likewise, ...

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