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The Georgia Ports Authority, the state agency that runs the Port of Savannah—the fourth-busiest port in the US in 2021—has deployed six pop-up container yards in Georgia, Alabama and North Carolina to handle overflow from the clogged port.

According to a report this week in Hellenic Shipping News, which tracks global shipping, continued congestion problems at West Coast ports have forced logistics managers to shift their cargo to destinations on the East and Gulf coasts.



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