With a figurative flick of its pen earlier this year, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers expanded the boundaries for the ports of Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky by nearly nine times and created what is now the second largest inland port in the country.
What is now officially the “Ports of Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky” skyrocketed from a rather ho-hum ranking of No. 51 in the country to No. 2 in the inland rankings and No. 15 on the list of all U.S. ports.
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