Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Last year US corn farmers were shipping corn in containers because bulk carriers were too busy with metal ore shipments. Maybe this year the ore shippers could switch to containers too - the price is right. Also note that US intermodal rail loadings have nose-dived. That's great for US importers receiving shipments at the ports of LA and Long Beach where those port authorities are "paying" shippers to use railroad cars.


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