Port of Tacoma’s year-to-date breakbulk volumes are up 67 percent, led by strong agricultural and construction machinery exports.
The port’s year-to-date container volumes through September are up 2 percent, with the port handling 1,107,096 20-foot equivalent units. Full export container volumes are up 16 percent year-to-date through September, reflecting the continued strength of agricultural and lumber exports.
The lack of U.S. consumer confidence is reflected in the port’s 2 percent reduction in full import container volumes for that same time period. Overall, import container volumes are also down for the U.S. West Coast.
Other year-to-date cargo highlights include auto imports (units) up 44 percent and log exports up 75 percent.
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