Virginia’s container-on-barge traffic has increased in response to grocery demand during the Coronavirus pandemic. Efficient route management is crucial to successfully moving this traffic (see Route Analysis Tools Benefit the Commonwealth)

Ari Ashe, Senior Editor | Jun 23, 2020 2:17PM EDT
Journal of Commerce

Volume at the Port of Virginia’s inland port in Richmond has jumped this year because it serves BCOs who have thrived during the pandemic amid limited restaurant options and a rise in e-commerce orders. (may need to sign in to see article)

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