Container Drayage usually takes place on a truck over a short distance, like from a port to a rail hub or a warehouse to a final destination. It fills in the gaps between methods of intermodal transportation. Shippers find that container drayage comes in particularly handy when shifting from one mode of transportation to another. For example, a container coming off a ship might need drayage to get to a train.
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