The Growth in Transloading Cargo is Reshaping Routes

 
CHARLESTON, S.C. - Oct. 22, 2019 - PRLog -- Containerized supply chains are molding to fit the 6% increase in imports transloading over the last five years, and so too are the cargo routes.

Rob Leachman, a Professor at the Institute of Transportation Studies at the University of California, Berkeley, went on record at the 17th Annual TPM Conference in Long Beach stating that, "The greatest concentration of this demand is in Southern California [seaports]. The next greatest concentration is at ports that serve the other two, three, or four corners."

Leachman is referring to the current routing congestion and the expandable infrastructure needs at ports for cargo as the increase in transloading on a per transactional basis continues to rise.

Not only the increase in transloaded containers, but the upsurge in e-commerce requiring last-mile deliveries, and the big-ship phenomenon are all conjunctively requiring importers and supply chain management companies to review, and in some cases modify and restructure their current logistical procedures. Reshaping routes to become more efficiently conducive to the changes in industry needs and shipment types.

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