Container CEOs jointly attack US ports for having insufficient infrastructure

If US ports were better equipped and worked like ports in Asia, the severe bottlenecks on the US West Coast might have eased off long ago. CEOs of two container majors strike back with a surprisingly clear quest to invest more and work longer hours.

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