Drayage


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Drayage

A trucking company freight charge for the pick up or delivery of an ocean container.

Drayage

In international commerce, a fee trucking companies charge to carry an import from the ship on which it came into the country to its buyer. Drayage is important to incoterms as some agreements mandate that the seller pay for drayage, while others have the buyer pay this fee.
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NFIs integrated suite of solutions spans dedicated transportation, distribution, brokerage, transportation management, port drayage, intermodal, global logistics, and real estate.
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