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Port of Virginia to Close Marine Terminal

The Port of Virginia will close one of its terminals due to COVID-19’s impact on global trade.  Starting May 4, 2020, the port’s Portsmouth Marine Terminal will be closed and cargo volumes will be consolidated to other terminals.  “As an industry, we are faced with a record number of blank sailings, and idled containerships, due […]

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