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US Gulf Coast  flooding delays chemical railcar shipments

1:24 PM MDT | May 29, 2015 | Brian Balboa

Some US chemical market participants say that recent flooding in the Gulf Coast area has resulted in delays to railcar deliveries moving in and out of the region this week. Severe flooding in Texas and Oklahoma shut down many roads, highways, and rail lines...


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