A consortium of three shipping lines that accounts for about 20 percent of the Port of Seattle’s container traffic is moving to Tacoma — the latest shift in the long-running rivalry between the two seaports.
The Port of Seattle said in a statement the relocation could mean job losses in Seattle, and called for greater cooperation between the two ports.
Read the full story by Times reporters Eric Pryne and Drew DeSilver.
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