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2019 Ports Outlook

As U.S.-China trade continues to dominate headlines and uncertainty looms for numerous industries, many eyes stay turned to the ports and intermodal sector.

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Today, consumers from all over the world want to receive goods faster, no matter where the product comes from, and that expectation is not going away anytime soon. The ports and intermodal industry remains essential to the supply chain process and will continue to evolve to meet the increased demand for goods.

Cushman & Wakefield's 2019 North American Ports Outlook Report and Interactive Map explores:

  • Maritime Ports
  • Inland Ports
  • Trends to Watch
  • 10 Key Success Factors for Intermodal

Plus an overview of the following ports:

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Drill down into local market fundamentals using our interactive map.

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