Portland container terminal expansion aims to boost farms exports

From the Capital Press

The Port of Portland plans to increase the flow of Northwest agricultural exports and Asian consumer product imports by expanding its container terminal’s footprint.

The port is investing $10.5 million to replace the pavement and stormwater drains on 10 acres adjacent to its Terminal 6 next year, which it hopes to parlay into further upgrades with federal infrastructure dollars. Read the rest of the article here.