As companies reduce their reliance on China as a manufacturing hub, manufacturing functions are moving to countries such as Taiwan and Vietnam, as well as some European countries and of course, domestic development. Resulting from this change will be shifts in port usage and logistics support functions. Beneficiaries of this shifting industry are the Southeast and South Central states. Ports such as Charleson, Savanah and Houston will see growth, and with that growth will come expansion of supply routes from those ports to various markets and consumers.

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