California is partnering with the online on-demand warehouse marketplace Chunker to create six new pop-up logistics hubs on state land to help ease the container congestion at backed up ports in the Golden State.

Chunker, which bills itself as “the Airbnb of short-term, on-demand warehouse space” in the US, will lease a total of 150 acres at three armories, two fairgrounds and a former prison site in California that will be converted into logistics facilities that, combined, can handle 20,000 containers.

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