Sea-Tac gears up to capture US Mid-west cargo

One port that hopes to take advantage of any delays with the Port of Vancouver (BC) RBT2 project, to target US discretionary cargo, is the Port of Seattle – and its new terminal development which sits is at the heart of its ambitions.

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