Business ties with railroads deemed important for ports' growth strategy

10/8/2013 | DC Velocity online

A sound business strategy for U.S. ports' inland operations mainly includes a close partnership with railroads, said J. Christopher Lytle, executive director for the Port of Oakland in California. For instance, the ports of Charleston, S.C., and Savannah, Ga., could use rail as a tool to put them on par with the California ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach as rail and inland port capabilities are equally important for any port, Lytle said.

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