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Report Stresses Importance of U.S. Petchem, Fuel and Crude Supply Chains, Ports

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SUGAR LAND--July 11, 2018--Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--A new report by American Fuel & Petrochemicals Manufacturers (AFPM) stresses the importance of supply chains in the U.S., including the country's coastal and inland ports and waterways that link refining and petrochemical products to global markets. Industrial Info is tracking nearly $19 billion in U.S. project activity related to the handling of marine cargo.

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