The port authorities of Georgia and South Carolina are collaborating to develop a joint chassis pool…a grey chassis pool, which means the color, or brand, of the chassis is irrelevant and any chassis can be used for any move. This program is widely praised by motor carriers and cargo owners alike.

The Port of New York/New Jersey is moving in the same direction with their “Open Choice Equipment Agreement.”
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The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach already have the “Pool of Pools.”

The Port of Oakland’s Port Efficiency Task Force will delve into the options available to Oakland. Devine has a seat at the table and will be pushing for a pool.  We strongly believe it is time for a pool, and it will greatly improve fluidity

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