Refrigeration is crucial for moving temperature-sensitive freight that’s otherwise prone to quality loss or spoilage. In the world of intermodal freight transport, refrigerated containers keep loads safe and suitable for their intended use. Ships, trains, and trucks can all play a role in transporting this freight, as well as keeping it cool. Let’s take a […]
Welcome to the Iraheta Bros drayage blog, a place to find useful information and updates about our business and the support we can offer you.
This drayage and logistics blog is just a small part of our larger commitment to providing you with superior customer service. We pride ourselves on finding solutions for your needs related to drayage, container trucking, and warehousing services. Now, that includes our drayage and warehousing services blog.
We draw on our in-depth knowledge of the Port of Oakland, strong relationships with its personnel, and ability to effectively interface with its terminals to provide a variety of supply chain and logistics management services:
- Hauling of import/export containers from the Port of Oakland to shippers across California and Nevada
- Drayage services, including refrigerated container drayage service and specialized equipment for heavy container drayage
- Ocean shipping container tracking
- An on-site steam cleaning facility for truckers
- Full-service, food-grade warehousing in a fully temperature-controlled environment
- Transloading services for dry 20 ft., 40 ft. and 40 ft. containers
We know that importing and exporting can feel very difficult at times. Delays, unexpected needs, last-minute scheduling changes, and so much more can interfere with your plans. We’re here to help you address those obstacles and keep your business running smoothly.
Now that you know a little more about us, let’s fill you in on what you can expect from our drayage blog.
Drayage Blog: News & Info You Can Use
We’re building his blog as a source of helpful information and industry guidance. Over time, we’ll add more and more of the following:
- Logistics articles
- Trucking articles
- Drayage articles
- Warehousing services and warehouse articles
As we keep adding posts, you’ll have the opportunity to learn more about our company, our history, and the services we provide. You’ll also discover all kinds of useful information in our dependable, easy-to-read drayage and warehousing blog.
Our plan is to cover a wide range of topics, from finding the right container trucking company to the principles of effective frozen food logistics management. We’ll look into some foundational concepts too, including in-depth definitions of drayage and intermodal trucking.
Soon to Be One of the Best Drayage Blogs
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We hope you’ll check back with us as we fill out our drayage blog and continue to offer news and information you can use to support your importing and exporting needs.
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LTL and FTL shipping are both common options for shipping freight across the country. While they have some similarities, key differences make them very distinct from each other. When it comes to FTL vs. LTL, what sets these two types of shipping apart? When is it better to use one versus another? Keep reading to […]
In the world of intermodal freight, drayage refers to the short-distance transport of shipping containers using drayage trucks. The containers may be brought to another location in a port, to another intermodal facility, or to their final destination. Just like any other service, drayage will incur a cost for your business. Let’s take a closer […]
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Intermodal ports, like the Port of Oakland, are incredibly efficient when you consider how complex their operations are. Certain charges and fees are a tactic used to keep shipping containers, port space, and similarly valuable resources available. That includes demurrage. This helps keep the supply chain moving and delivering cargo more efficiently. Let’s take a […]
The last thing any business wants to deal with is additional and avoidable costs. Both demurrage and per diem fees are common issues for businesses that use intermodal shipping. Understanding demurrage vs. per diem and how both affect your company is crucial for avoiding them. And that means more money in your business’s reserves. Let’s […]
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Are you clear on the difference between demurrage and storage fees? When you are shipping freight, keeping costs low is a major concern. This means it’s important to understand the various fees involved, and how you can maximize your shipping spend. Successfully navigating demurrage vs detention vs storage fees can save you money. While you […]
Intermodal freight transport is a complex but effective process. Shipping containers travel across the globe to be filled, emptied, and filled once more with all kinds of cargo. Space is one of the most crucial assets in container shipping. Intermodal ports need empty containers available for their customers to use — and ports need space […]