Posted on March 1, 2016
By Annie Ropeik, Delaware First Media
The Port of Wilmington has a lot to be proud of. It’s the nation’s top importer of bananas. As part of the greater Delaware River port complex, it helps that system bring in almost all of the East Coast’s oil. And it’s got prime access to truck routes in and out of the Mid-Atlantic.
But the port has fallen behind on the upgrades it needs to stay competitive in the fast-changing shipping industry. Now the port, state, city, county and private partners are investing millions to try and stay afloat.
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