California ports look inland for short-term container storage

California ports look inland for short-term container storage

If California ports are going to survive a second consecutive summer of congestion, shippers and their truckers must begin using newly created inland sites for temporary container storage even if those facilities are 50 miles from the water, port officials say.

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