Descartes Datamyne provides supply chain managers with fresh news on domestic ocean cargo gateway trends and productivity in its U.S. Port Report 2016, writes Patrick Burnson in Logistics Management.

Brendan McCahill, senior vice president of Trade Data Content at Descartes Datamyne describes the way the granular data underlying the report can be leveraged by stakeholders:

“Shippers entering contract negotiations can see where specific commodities are headed, and which ports are providing the best intermodal connections,” he says. “NVOs and the carriers themselves are seeking the same information on their partners and competitors.”

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