Carriers need to come to table to help solve ‘chassis crisis’

Carriers need to come to table to help solve ‘chassis crisis’

When the Harbor Trucking Association began advocating for the adoption of empty appointments, it was to help avoid the impact of extreme congestion at marine terminals generated by empty returns directed by the ocean carriers. The concept was based on the belief that appointments would be guaranteed and used as a tool by both the marine terminal operators and the ocean carriers to forecast when and where containers were being directed for termination in advance. 

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