Tampa Port Prepares to Chart New Brand

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Guest Column: Examining Port Opportunities

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Port Wars: Past, Present and Future

Journal of Commerce

During World War I, railroads rammed so much cargo through the Port of New York that supply lines to Europe were crippled by the inevitable delays. This spurred Congress, in the Merchant Marine Act of 1920, to include language protecting the “naturally tributary cargo” of individual ports so cargo would be forced to flow to its closest port and avoid the congestion of already-huge ports like New York.

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10 Things You Should Know About Dealing with Ports and Port Authorities

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The Inland, Dry Port Trend

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Welcome a Dialogue About Consolidating Florida’s Ports

For Tallahassee.com

Several articles have been published recently about the relationship between the ports of Tampa and Manatee and a push by the Florida Department of Transportation for regional cooperation among Florida’s 15 deepwater ports — but very specifically not a more contentious topic, consolidation.

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