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The port of Oakland has debuted a pop-up container yard

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The Port of Oakland has opened a 25-acre pop-up container yard outside the offices to facilitate truck turn times and free frames for exporters. Normally, the port experiences a balance between the imports and commodities it handles. Yet, the current import flood is “displacing ships and containers that are available to exporters”. The Port of Oakland is a top commodity entryway for California’s agricultural industry and refrigerated proteins due to its ideal location.

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