Sandy has wreaked havoc on transportation all throughout the East Coast.
Last week, we featured a link
to a story on how cruise operations were disrupted at the Locust Point terminal due to the superstorm.
Now, it seems that the storm has provided a temporary boost to the port, according to a story in the Wall Street Journal.
Cargo ships are bypassing New York and New Jersey due to Sandy. "Maersk Inc., the world's largest container-shipping company, has begun diverting its cargo to Halifax, Canada, Baltimore and Philadelphia," the Journal writes.
The story does note, however, that the Port of Virginia in Norfolk is the biggest beneficiary. You can read the entire story here
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