Opposition to terminal expansions harms agriculture, trade

As forecasted, Washington state has seen an uptick in the shipment and export of all types of commodities. Washington state produces many goods that require transport to the marketplace, both domestically and internationally. Suppliers rely on rail mobility and port capacity to stay competitive. Right now, what you’ll hear many farmers say is something to the effect of: we have a high volume of products, but insufficient or unreliable means to get them to their destination.

Friday, January 23, 2015 - 8:45am