The Chicago area just can’t seem to get its act together. The result will be delayed cargoes and higher costs for cargo owners. Ian Putzger of the Loadstar gives us the story.
Chicago is unlikely to lose its dominance over this, though if it goes on long enough supply chains will think about shifting. The impact on service delay measures and failure to deliver on time will be quite large. And for more money? Can Kansas City or Memphis do better? How about the East Coast seaports and the Panama Canal?