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Baltimore's public port terminals set cargo records in 2014
Baltimore's public port terminals set cargo records in 2014

The port of Baltimore had a banner year for the overall cargo volume handled at its public terminals in 2014, in part thanks to record numbers of automobiles and cargo containers moving across its docks. The growth was restrained to some extent by local labor unrest, but also buoyed by similar unrest on the West Coast, said James White, executive director of the Maryland Port Administration. The overall cargo record of 9.7 million tons outpaced the 9.6 million tons handled in both 2013 and 2012, according to the Maryland Port Administration. Including private terminals, the port of Baltimore experienced a slight decline in tonnage handled, with 29.5 million tons of international cargo...

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