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The supply chain disruptions arising from the Covid-19 pandemic have exposed the risks cargo owners carry in being arms-length from the terminal fee payment and scheduling processes for their container freight. The OSRA and California AB 2406 regulations have required stakeholders to provide more information regarding demurrage calculations; still, Beneficial Cargo Owners (BCO’s) remain in the position of being re-billed weeks after the fact for much of their demurrage and other terminal fees by their service provider intermediaries.

These delays add complications for BCOs, including a lack of clarity and complex auditing.

When BCO delivery preferences are missed and/or unanticipated demurrage is incurred, BCO’s are left without reliable answers to important questions:
Was terminal capacity really the issue? Or perhaps was the capacity or scheduling priority of their drayage service providers the primary cause? 

The white paper by Envio 360 digs deeper into these questions and explains how container orchestration solutions are changing the landscape for BCOs by offering new execution models that provide greater control over their financial and execution decisions.

Challenges Facing Cargo Owners

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