All (Logistic) Roads Go Through New Orleans


The great Mississippi River and its tributaries provide waterway access to much of the interior of the United States.  This means the Port of New Orleans is one of the largest transit points for freight and cargo–everything from manufactured goods to raw materials to food.  Now, with the improved Panama Canal, New Orleans’ role as a logistics hub is even greater!

Bob Dunn

Instructor in Television, Radio and Mass Communication at Delgado Community College