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US drayage costs more than double as ocean rates spiral ever upwards

Rising costs in the US market have continued apace as the latest news reports suggest the cost of trucking has more than doubled, from US$35 to US$75/day, while some beneficial cargo owners (BCOs) are paying super-rates to ensure their cargo gets shifted, while others have decided the costs are too high and the service is too poor.

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