Both transloading and cross docking are essential in the modern supply chain. While each is used to process and forward freight, they serve very different roles. Here’s what you need to know:
Built in the 1960s, the Gerald Desmond Bridge was designed to meet the infrastructure needs of a pre-globalized world. At the time it was constructed, architects anticipated modest traffic across the bridge, mostly limited to commuters going to work at Long Beach Naval Shipyard.