Florida is ReadyWe fully appreciate the black eye California ports are sporting as result of the soured labor negotiations and resulting slowdowns.  But, seriously, Florida as a viable alternative???  It is apparent East Coast ports are not ready for the increased volumes.  The headlines of industry publications are a testament to that.

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