TraPac’s terminal in Oakland initiated a fee-based night gate last week.  The terminal assesses a $30/container fee for all loaded containers regardless of the time of the day the container is moved.

The fee is paid via eModal. If you do not have an eModal account, we highly recommend you register today in order to pay this fee directly.

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Based on feedback from stakeholders, Devine included, TraPac decided to postpone the ingate appointment requirement until December 3rd. This delay will give all parties an opportunity to work through the fee portion before tackling the appointment portion.

There were definitely hiccups the first week of the fee assessment, and we will be exploring and experimenting with the appointment system in hopes of working out the kinks prior to December 3rd.

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