Miami’s Yard Storage
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A container yard is a terminal where containers are stored or dry port before they go on the ship.
A document used by the ports to accept containers or release them from customs.
A container depot is a shipping area for storing empty shipping containers.
The processes behind the implementation of forwarding cargo, including the administration, paperwork, storing handling of the freight. This also applies to ships that board passengers to destinations.
A Container Freight Station, known as CFS, is a shipping station where the cargo is loaded or unloaded from the containers.
An inland container is a dry port connected by road or rail by a seaport. These places faciltate the exchange of goods and services.
A port is a maritime location where ships harbor and dock passengers and cargo. Whereas, a terminal refers to a facility that has berths and can handle cargo. A port can have various terminals.
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