Pop-up ports and dockyards are trying to ease supply chain congestion

Pop-up ports and dockyards are trying to ease supply chain congestion
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The overstuffed supply chain is seeping inland in an effort to ease congestion at coastal ports. According to a report in FreightWaves, a trade publication, the containers will be brought to the pop-up ports, some 60 miles inland, by rail, where they’ll be picked up by trucks, reducing the traffic around the seaport. Pop-up ports, FreightWaves writes, “essentially brings the seaport closer to manufacturing, agriculture and population centers.”

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