Pop-up Container Yards Expand as Ports Remain Clogged | GlobeSt

2022-06-16 18:42:34 By : Ms. monitor qifan

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The Georgia Ports Authority, the state agency that runs the Port of Savannah—the fourth-busiest port in the US in 2021—has deployed six pop-up container yards in Georgia, Alabama and North Carolina to handle overflow from the clogged port.

According to a report this week in Hellenic Shipping News , which tracks global shipping, continued congestion problems at West Coast ports have forced logistics managers to shift their cargo to destinations on the East and Gulf coasts.

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