Wow, what a difference a month makes! Most people are under “Shelter in Place” orders, but thankfully, the full supply chain is considered essential. We know everyone is bombarded with COVID-19 information, so we will try to keep it to just the facts about Oakland and Devine.

On Monday, March 16th, Devine implemented our emergency contingency plan. In order to ensure the health of our employees and the continuity of our business, half of our employees began working from home while the other half works in ouroffices. Our use of advanced technology ensures the trucks continue to roll and freight continues to move…seamlessly. Betcha didn’t even know it.

On Thursday, March 19th, The State of California issued a “Shelter in Place” order shuttering the doors of most businesses and restricting the movement of its citizens.
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As decreed in the order, ALL facets of the supply chain are considered essential and are, therefore, exempt from the order. The actual wording is: “Employees supporting or enabling transportation functions, including dispatchers, maintenance and repair technicians, warehouse workers, truck stop and rest area workers, and workers who maintain and inspect infrastructure, including those that require cross-border travel.”

All marine terminals and ancillary services at the Port of Oakland remain open and operational. While traffic is lighter, we have experienced much longer queues and slower turn times at the marine terminals.

Oakland is a more balanced export/import market than many other hubs across the country. As such, we do not have a glut of empties like Los Angeles/Long Beach or a shortage of empties like many inland locations. Outside of a chronic shortage of 20’s and hit-or-miss shortages of 40’s,Oakland is fairing relatively well with overall equipment needs.

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