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Port of Virginia saw slight dip in container volume in February


The Port of Virginia centred on Hampton Roads and Norfolk, suffered a 0.7 per cent slip in February container throughput to 218,727 TEU.
But laden imports boxes last month were up 3.6 per cent year on year, while laden exports were down 4.3 per cent, reports Norfolk's Virginian-Pilot.
"February is a short month and our volume was relatively static," said Virginia Port Authority CEO John Reinhart. "We expect volumes to increase as we move into spring and summer."
Container volume for the first eight months of the July-June fiscal year is up 3.8 per cent year on year.
February rail volume was up 3.1 per cent while trucked containers were down 4.1 per cent. Breakbulk was up 11.4 per cent.
Mr Reinhart said the port is now focused on consistent delivery and managing the growth and construction at the expansion projects at Norfolk International Terminals and Virginia International Gateway.

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