TraPac’s terminal in Oakland will begin offering full-service night gates on Monday, October 15th. The nights gates will be operational Monday through Thursday, 6:00pm – 3:00am.

Effective Monday, October 29th, TraPac will begin assessing a $30/container fee for ALL loaded transactions across ALL shifts.  The fee compensates the marine terminal for the increased expenses of running a night gate, labor costs being the primary driver.
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We are awaiting details on how this fee will be collected and paid.  Our vote, which we have expressed to Trapac terminal management, is to use the same process and account numbers currently used via eModal to pay the OICT/SSA extended gate hours fee.

We will keep you posted and will pass along the information as we hear it.

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