Port Authorities

As Global Commerce Increases, Seaside Cities are Launching Outsized Expansion Projects to Maintain Their Competitive Economic Advantage

Ports are often the economic epicenter of a city or town, linking urban commerce and production to vast shipping routes and the global trade economy. But as cargo ships get bigger and the technology to manage them advances, ports have to adapt or risk losing traffic to nearby competitors. For local governments around the globe, that means prioritizing projects to expand and modernize existing ports.
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