DOT Lists Top U.S. International Freight Gateways

Friday, December 08, 2006
The Department of Transportation issued a press release listing the top US international freight gateways for 2005 based on value. Among the seaports, the top ones (in descending order) were Los Angeles, New York/New Jersey, Long Beach, Houston, Charleston, Norfolk, Baltimore, Seattle, and Tacoma. source: HK Law

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