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Port Drayage

Refers to a truck picking up a shipping container from a cargo port and transporting it over a short distance.

What is Port Drayage?

Port Drayage specifies freight being transported from a port to a nearby location. This brief transportation is meant to keep a steady flow of goods out of ports to prevent container congestion. Most containers taken out of port will be delivered to local warehouses where items can be transloaded onto a standard dry van or stored as part of company inventory. 

Port Drayage operates as a crucial link to keep the supply chain moving in the most efficient way possible.

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