The global supply chain nightmare has appeared to increase traffic at the Port of Baltimore rather than hinder it.
Gov. Larry Hogan spoke with the media on Thursday. During the session, Hogan emphasized that the Port of Baltimore is prepared to handle cargo from other ports across the country while also seeing an increase in business.
"The Port of Baltimore is setting records and increasing traffic as other ports are backed up across," Hogan said. "So we are actually picking up more business."
A dredging project at the port and the use of larger cranes to handle bigger ships has helped pick up more business.... Read More: WBAL