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SheltieLover

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Wed Jan 20, 2021, 12:30 AM Jan 2021

Cargo Crisis: how delays at coastal ports and inland depots could affect you

https://www.localmemphis.com/mobile/article/news/investigations/i-team/cargo-crisis-delays-coastal-ports-inland-could-affect-consumers/522-b74bfe73-7939-4c75-9caa-70e957e807b7

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Memphis may be known as "America's Distribution Center," but COVID-19 is cramping the Bluff City's style.

Local 24 News previously told you how congestion at ports on the east and west coast are causing delays, which is causing issues here in Memphis and several other inland cities.

At the Intermodal Cartage Group on Holmes Road, shipping containers are stacked up. Some are full of yet to be delivered products, others are empty waiting to be filled with exports or sent back overseas empty.

Mkre at link.
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Cargo Crisis: how delays at coastal ports and inland depots could affect you (Original Post) SheltieLover Jan 2021 OP
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