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 Posted: Wed Apr 26th, 2017 03:05 pm
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johnmoore, the Port of Guaymas does not sit at the mouth of the rio Yaqui. The rio Yaqui flows into the Golfo de California near Ciudad de Obregon.

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the expense of the long beach and other USA beach ports is not the facilities it is the wait time to get unloaded! it is my understanding the the average hold time for unloading costs approximately $250,000. USD for each vessel!
if you have ever flown out of LA, Seattle,ect; you have probably seen hundreds of container ships out in the pacific waiting their turn to unload! TIME IS MONEY!

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MaryT, did I fail to parenthesize the quote? I was citing Wikipedia, you may want to chide them.

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Been quite a bit of local news about a new commercial Port of Entry in Douglas, AZ/Aqua Prieta, Sonora.  Local business and gov't officials trying to get funding to build an entirely new commercial POE to facilitate cargo movement NOB from Guaymas.
http://www.svherald.com/free_access/county-ponders-commercial-only-port-of-entry/article_59358368-27d9-11e7-a435-4b8b63f26cf3.html
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Interesting.  Thanks for posting. 
Fiel said improvements at the Guaymas, Mexico seaport and extension of a railroad corridor to Agua Prieta — the city that shares the border immediately south of Douglas — will provide a path for international transport to the Eastern United States, through a Cochise County commercial port.
“Mexico has already started a $123 million improvement of its seaport in Guaymas and a modern, secure and fast port of entry makes it feasible to ship freight and cargo by rail and truck through the Southwest,” Paul Fiel said.

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