Effective Monday, July 6, 2020, SSA will increase the Extended Hour Gate Fee from $30/container to $35/container.
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This Gate Fee was implemented in June 2016 and applies to all loaded containers in-gating or out-gating regardless of the time of day. The money collected goes to pay for the labor necessary to run the night gates.

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