Posted on: Nov 01, 2012
After a tumultuous couple days, trucking companies in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast began reopening terminals closed during Hurricane Sandy, although the hardest-hit areas remained limited or closed as of today.
Logistic bottlenecks, fuel shortages, and challenges accessing customers will hamper normal operations for at least another week. In addition to this, it was reported today that the Port of New York and the Port of New Jersey will likely remain closed until Saturday, while port workers assess the damage caused by the storm. Stay tuned.