Despite trade friction, expansion continues at Port of Mobile

May 15, 2019

 [caption caption="Loading steel coils for export to the Clipper Izumo at the Port of Mobile’s Pier 2. Credit: Alabama State Port Authority"][/caption] Although bustling with new projects and optimistic about increases in container trade expected thanks to Walmart’s massive, newly opened international distribution center only 15 miles away, the Port of...

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