UP helps Ariz. port strengthen foreign trade, business relations

06/5/2013 | ProgressiveRailroading.com

Union Pacific and Arizona's Port of Tucson worked together to provide rail service for international containers to and from California. This is expected to help the port improve its foreign business and trade relations. The port recently marked the arrival of the first international ocean container from China. The capability to transport and handle international cargo "is going to be great for southern Arizona and Mexico," said Alan Levin, the port's founder.

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