Warehouse worker scarcity crimping US transloading capacity

Warehouse worker scarcity crimping US transloading capacity

The worker scarcity, created by elevated unemployment benefits reducing the incentive to work, coupled with workers’ fears of contracting COVID-19, is most sharply felt by facilities that deconsolidate the ocean containers.

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