4 Industry Facts About 3PL Drayage Service

ROSARIO L | January 9, 2019

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If you’re not in the shipping or 3PL industries, it’s likely you’ve never even heard of the word drayage. Drayage is, quite simply, the hauling of containers from ships to different destinations. The destination could be another port, it could be railyards to have them shipped out via train, or the trucker themselves could drive the container to the final destination. Regardless of where the destination is, drayage is characterized by the fact that it is only hauled for a relatively short distance.

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